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When schools can discipline off-campus behavior

by Larry Magid This article first appeared in the Summer 2009 issue of Threshold magazine There was a time when to misbehave in school you had to be in school. These days technology makes it possible for youth to reach … Continue reading

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Teen sexting: stupid & illegal

”Sexting” is the practice of taking a sexually revealing picture of yourself, typically from a cell phone, and sending it to someone. Legal consequences aside, it’s a dumb thing to do, especially for younger age groups in which it has … Continue reading

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Online Safety Tools for Families

Child Safety on the Information Highway Child Safe Search Family Contract for Online Safety Online Safety Quiz (for pre-teens) Tips from ConnectSafely.org How to Prevent Sexting Cell Phone Safety Tips Tips to Stop Cyberbullying How to Recognize Grooming Social Web … Continue reading

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