mSpy Launched a Survey to Examine a School-Bullying Phenomena

mSpy started a “What do you think about school-bullying?” campaign on Facebook to reveal school-bullying threats and asks parents for suggestions.

New York, NY, September 01, 2016 --( In mid-August 2016, mSpy launched a campaign on Facebook to disclose school-bullying risks and collect parents’ advice and points of view on the problem. In 2 weeks, over 17000 parents and grandparents aged 25-65+ from all across the US were engaged, near 500 reacted and left their comments:
“If there was less bullying in school there would be less shooting. Children get tired of it,” says Shirley Groceman from Ackerman, Mississippi; “Schools need to take it more serious,” thinks Christina Granger from Magnolia, Texas.

“This problem has been around for a long time. I don't think schools take this problem seriously. They really should. A lot of suicides would have been prevented. Parents also should step up to the plate, when they see their child acting differently. Go straight to the Principal. If nothing gets done, go to School board. Don't stop, until you see something being done about the problem. Never give up. Your child will thank you later!,” assumes Sally Foley from Jupiter, Florida.

Many participants also admitted to be bullied at school like Patricia Vaughn from Boston or Eva Kirby from Aldine, Texas and the overwhelming majority affirmed there should be no place for bullying at school.

The results of mSpy survey have just again confirmed that school-bullying in the USA had been a huge problem for a long time. Though people of all ages can be bullied it most often happens to school aged children. Over the years the problem has grown in elementary, middle and high schools throughout America. Parents now have a solution – mSpy monitoring application.

mSpy strives not only to examine public opinion or draw attention to the problem, yet, also offers an efficient antidote. Actually, mSpy provides all necessary features that safeguard modern children in most situations. It is one of the best ways today to really acknowledge any child's interests and concerns. With the GPS tracking, parents can know if their children are in the wrong or dangerous neighborhood; with the messaging records, including texts, emails and most messengers - the cyber-bullying problem can be prevented. With the web browsing history reports, concerned parents can make sure that children are not spending time on pornography or gambling websites. Monitoring of the contact list will help to find out who children communicate with.

You can still join mSpy “What do you think about school-bullying?” campaign, leave your own feedback and get a 50% off 1 month mSpy PREMIUM to ensure that your kids are on the safe side this year.

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