Phone-Induced School Sexism

Rise in school sexism down to phones, says union

A recent study conducted by a teachers’ union has found that the rise in sexism and discriminatory behavior in schools can be attributed to the use of phones and social media platforms amongst students.

The study revealed that a significant number of students were found to be engaging in inappropriate and harmful behavior online, including sending sexist messages, sharing derogatory images, and participating in cyberbullying.

The union has called for better education and monitoring of students’ online activities to combat this problem. They have also emphasized the importance of teaching students about respecting each other and promoting positive behavior both online and offline.

It is crucial for schools to address these issues and create a safe and inclusive environment for all students to learn and thrive.

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