Students to be SUSPENDED for cyberbullying outside of school hours as authorities try desperately to

Students who cyberbully will soon be suspended under tough new laws introduced by the New South Wales Government.

Principals will have the power to suspend students if their cyber-bullying impacts the safety of other students or staff - even if that conduct happens outside of school hours.

The new Education Amendment (School Safety) Bill 2017 law passed parliament last year and will be introduced after consultation has occurred with Government and non-government schools.

NSW Education Minister Rob Stokes (pictured) introduced the new law into Parliament last year Read more:

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