New research shows parents and educators concerned about cyberbullying, but still not a top priority for schools

Microsoft recently conducted a survey among parents and
educators on the issue of cyberbullying and cyberbullying policies in
schools.  While most parents are concerned about
cyberbullying, our research suggests that parents and schools could take more action on the issue.


  • 3 in 4 parents are
    very or somewhat concerned about cyberbullying.

  • 3 in 4 educators
    believe cyberbullying is a very or somewhat serious problem at their school.

  • Educators consider
    cyberbullying (76%) as big an issue as smoking (75%) and drugs (75%).

  • 2 in 5 parents report
    their child has been involved in a cyberbullying incident.

  • 1 in 4 educators have
    been cyber-harassment victims.

Download the Executive Summary
or PowerPoint presentation for more information.


  • Parents and Educators
    Cyberbullying Survey – Executive Summary PDF | XPS

  • Parents and Educators
    Cyberbullying Survey – PowerPoint presentation PPT

Microsoft recognizes the growing issue of cyberbullying and is committed to helping prevent it. Use our free materials to learn about and help educate others.

 

 

     

     

    About the Author
    Eve Blakemore

    Group Manager, Trustworthy Computing

    Eve Blakemore is a Group Manager for Trustworthy Computing who delivers consumer guidance around the latest trends in security and privacy. Eve joined Microsoft in 1998 and has worked in corporate and field roles with Microsoft Learning, US Public Sector, Read more »