Johns Says Ending Cyber-bullying Is A Shared Responsibility

Statement from Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C-Webster)
June 19, 2012
“Our children should only have to focus on two things: succeeding in school and just being a kid. Yet, all too often, bullies can make the formative years a living hell, and it has only gotten worse with technology and social media.

“This form of bullying, cyber-bullying, is something children can’t escape – even when they leave their school. Cyber-bullying has impacted nearly a third of our children. It’s important that schools, parents and the entire community band together to recognize and help end this troubling problem among our young people.”