Cyberbullying Breaking the Cycle of Conflict:
A Qualitative Study of Black Female Experiences with Cyberbullying in an Urban
Cyberbullying damages reputation, social status, and emotional wellbeing. This research examines how cyberbullying affects Black adolescent females in urban settings. One of the most authoritative and current qualitative studies ever done on cyberbullying, it weaves observations, interviews, data collection, and literature review together to help teachers, administrators, and parents manage teen conflict.
We Need To Do Better:
Changing the Mindset of Children Through Family, Community, and Education
There are no job descriptions for saving or improving lives. Kids who graduate high school have better lives than kids who drop out. Making sure our kids in urban areas succeed is much more than instruction, tests, and homework. It takes a mindset that creates partnerships between communities, parents, schools, and students. WE ALL HAVE TO DO BETTER!