When it is hard for bystanders to report a bullying incident, new technology might help. Experts say students may feel comfortable with these platforms and can report anonymously and quickly. Some allow videos or photos of an incident to be downloaded and others enable follow-up reports to be exchanged. Here are four options:
STOP!t: The app allows students to report on bullying as it happens. It costs $2 to $5 per student per year to use and is available on their phones. The company reports 6,000 schools have connected.