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  • Cyberbullying from Classroom to Courtroom, Panel 2—Cyberbullying In The Classroom: Educators, Policy, and Protecting Students - Remarks of Britton Schnurr

    Just so that we are all on the same page, when I was speaking of cyberbullying, I’m talking about using technology to willfully harass, threaten, intimidate, or otherwise inflict harm on someone. In bullying in general we talk about an imbalance of power. And in dealing with the kids every day, we spend a lot of time trying to know the difference between conflict and bullying. Conflict is a normal part of human development. Bullying means something where there’s an imbalance of power.