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How to Cultivate a Bully-Free Community

Fifth grade student Malcolm Lyon is especially tall for his age and well-spoken. When asked what he loved most about his school, Malcolm answered simply, “No bullying.” This might be surprising given the struggle with bullying that schools face nationwide. … Continue reading

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Edtech Privacy by Design: The Teacher as Privacy Entrepreneur

Technology is making an undisputed and positive impact in our nation’s classrooms. Nearly all teachers now report that the impact of educational technology in their classrooms is “significant,” with savvy digital educators capitalizing on the rapid adoption of mobile devices … Continue reading

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October is Cybersecurity Month: Take the Pledge!

We are pleased to announce the launch of the 3rd Annual Cyber Pledge campaign.  By signing this pledge, users are affirming their commitment to cybersecurity and using good computing practices both at work and at home.  Based on pledges last … Continue reading

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Opinion: Challenging ‘Internet safety’ as a subject to be taught

“Way back” in 2008 – at least a decade after “online safety” was starting to be seen as a subject that needed to be taught to children – I suggested that it was becoming obsolete. Now what I’m seeing is … Continue reading

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