Cameras should really be placed in all classrooms to discourage bullying and abuse of children. I worked at a school where this was the case. This particular school not only has cameras in the classrooms, they have cameras throughout their hallways. Perhaps not all schools can afford the number of cameras that this particular school has…

…Audio-visual cameras should be placed in select classrooms, however, where students have reported particularly malicious abuse or harassment. Cameras should be placed clandestinely in situations where students reported for bullying deny accusations and/or where students report serial bullying. They should additionally be placed in classrooms, etc. where parents have reasonable suspicions that their children are being abused…

Not only should school administrators have classroom video-monitoring privileges, parents, especially those with concerns that their children are being bullied or abused, should have classroom monitoring privileges via their smartphones, tablets, laptops and/or desktop computers. Relevant school board officials and other sovereign agencies should additionally be capable of monitoring classrooms of the sort…

No student should be forced to suffer abuse and/or bullying each day while schools and school boards do nothing about it because specific incidents were not witnessed by appropriate officials, noting that many incidences occur when instructors leave their classrooms, which can and should be monitored in their presence and absence…

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