|Justin W. Patchin||University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire|
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"Cyberbullying is a significant concern for teens and tweens in the 21st century. This timely and informative book brings adults up to speed on how kids are using technology to harm their peers."
—Tina Meier, Cyberbullying Activist
Founder, The Megan Meier Foundation
"School leaders need information about cyberbullying and resources on how to protect children. This book provides timely research, best practices, and personal voices from students that will go a long way toward improving student safety."
—Gail Connelly, Executive Director
National Association of Elementary School Principals
"Hinduja and Patchin are two of the most respected researchers on cyberbullying. This book contains the best practices that principals can implement at their schools to prevent and respond to acts of cyberbullying."
—Gerald N. Tirozzi, Executive Director
National Association of Secondary School Principals
Justin Patchin was a guest on Anderson Cooper's Town Hall on Bullying: No Escape (part 2) on October 21, 2010.
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