eSmart aims to increase cybersafety and reduce cyberbulling across Australian communities.
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84% of eSmart coordinators implemented new policies, often with input of students
80% of principals say eSmart has changed school-wide culture and behaviour with regard to cybersafety, technology and bullying
85% of teachers in eSmart schools incorporated new practices about cybersafety into their classroom teaching
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