The global education reports stated that cyber bullying is worst in England. The head teachers of the different schools around the world were asked to provide the information on incidents of students who were posting depressing information on social media about students.
After a week of observation, it was very shocking to know that on an average around 2.5% of head teachers reported the incidents of cyber bullying. According to the Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS) reports it is the worst to record 13.9% of cases where the students had been subject to bitter comments online.
Around 27% of reports suggest the unwanted electronic contact among the students in schools. The experts urged the educational institutions to take initiations which can potentially avoid such situations.
They also warned that “Schools really need to get to grips with” especially English schools, in particular, to “make this a priority“.
This international report is the result of the survey conducted across 48 countries, indulging 260,000 teachers and school leaders of 15,000 schools in which England is facing the worst cyberbullying in students.
Australia is just a little behind England with 10.6% of principles reporting the incidents of cyber bullying. They are followed by the USA with 10.2% of reported cases and Belgium and Brazil with 9.2% both.
In the report of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) the results stated that countries like Vietnam, Chinese Taipei, Slovak Republic, Russia, Portugal, Lithuania, Kora, Kazakhstan, Finland, and Chile have 0% of cyber bullying.
The OECD director for education and skills Andreas Schleicher said, “Cyberbullying in terms of unwanted contact or students being exposed on the internet is the dark side of the modern age. But it is something that schools really need to get to grips with.”