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In the 1990s, many incidents revolved around student-on-student violence, usually involving guns.
Schools implemented many programs to keep guns and gangs out of schools.
Nowadays, kids are always connected or wired, and communicate in ways that are often unknown by adults and away from their supervision.
This can make it hard for parents and school administrators to both understand the nature of the problem and do something about it.
In the hands of bored teenagers, these additions can become weapons for bullies to spread rumors as well as pictures of unsuspecting kids in locker rooms.
The survey found: Another survey conducted by the Crimes against Children Research Center at the University of New Hampshire (Wollack & Mitchell, 2000) found that along with sexual solicitations and approaches online (19% of children surveyed received unwanted sexual solicitation), six percent of the young people surveyed experienced harassing incidents, including threats, rumors, or other offensive behavior, and two percent reported episodes of distressing harassment that they described as making them feel very or extremely upset or afraid.
Most parents tend to think that this kind of bullying is uncommon and that their child would never do something this mean.
Several surveys have been taken to get a handle on the number of children across the country who have experienced cyber-bullying.
It is estimated that 91% of kids 12 to 15 years old and almost all teens (99%) ages 16 to 18 use the Internet (UCLA Internet Report, 2003).