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Safe Schools

​Research indicates that corporal punishment does not improve outcomes for students. Even harsh discipline does not seem to be as effective as positive reinforcement for helping kids improve behavior. Many schools are now moving away from zero-tolerance policies toward building a positive culture of safety and learning.
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Staying Cyber Safe

As with child abuse and other threats, keeping youth safe on the Internet means talking to them about it. Set clear expectations and guidelines, and communicate regularly about how to recognize and respond to bullying and inappropriate or unsafe activity online.
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