Cyberbullying: What Parents Should Know

This document can also be found on the Official website of PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center at

Students now live at a time of instant access to cell phones, tablets, or computers, which open the door to exciting new ways of connecting, interacting, and learning. However, these new modes of communication also present new challenges for parents. Not only do parents have to help children and youth navigate in-person social situations, they also need to prepare them for healthy relationships online. This 16-page booklet has information for parents on how to guide their children through this virtual world.

This resource is part of a Collection of similar guidelines entitled "Combatting Cyberbullying in a Technology-Driven World", and it is linked to the Collection "Combatting Cyberbullying during COVID-19" supporting response to the Covid-19 outbreak. Collections are monitored daily and new content is added.