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A social media policy affecting staff and students is now in effect for the state’s third-largest district. The district also agreed to purchase Gaggle Safety Management.
Many school districts across the country now provide their students with laptops, tablets and other devices that can be connected to the Internet, both at school and at home.
Kids have always had their own language but never more so than in the age of social media. As Sally MacDonald reports, many teens are engaging in behavior they’ve found a way to keep secret.
Ralph Barca, chief technology officer at Edison Township Public Schools in New Jersey, believes in a multilayered approach when it comes to security.
February 7 marks International Safer Internet Day. Many students in the Rochester City School District spent the day learning about how to protect themselves from online dangers.
So, what is a Student Online Safety Symposium? Symposiums are designed to educate, inform, and create an ongoing dialog about the roles that schools play in keeping students safe.
Highline Public Schools will be holding an Internet Safety Workshop on Tuesday, Jan. 24, from at 6 – 7:30 p.m. at Pacific Middle School in Des Moines.
Parents grapple with it every day: staying on top of their child’s digital life. School districts are also in the same boat – but with thousands of kids under one roof, it can be tough.