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Should schools be responsible for teaching online safety?


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deb_dear54 June 19, 2012

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I am a kindergarten teacher at Rice Elementary School in San Carlos, AZ. I teach children who are Apache. I think that parents need to be educated on the dangers of the internet, then we can work as partners to educate the children.


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smedeiros June 9, 2012

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Yes schools,teachers, parents and relatives every one that enters your childs life


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Callie1 June 8, 2012

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Not totally. We have to sign internet agreements with the schools, so yes, to an extent. Parents need to do our parts too!


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anabelacs May 21, 2012

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Yes, they should, but along with parents at home.


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yvette3291966 April 20, 2012

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yes because kids look to teachers as their role model while they are in school,at lease that how my son feels about that?


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ProudDad46 April 12, 2012

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First as parents, then teachers, community leaders, and human beings. We all need to be involved on all important matters that affect all of us, but especially our children.


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sma1014800 March 15, 2012

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I think teachers should have some of the responsibility.


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tereasa13 March 15, 2012

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If you are going to allow them to go online while in a school setting then YES! Your responsible for them while at school no matter what they are doing.


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Newbyu March 14, 2012

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Schools as well as parents should be stressing the importance of online safety. Just as both parties teach kids to say no to drugs, look both ways before crossing the street, fire safety...etc.


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csabdalla March 13, 2012

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As a parent who is about to pull both of my children out of ULS due to relocation I couldn't feel more sad. ULS has been phenomenal in the care and nurturing of my kids academically, socially and emotionally. Sad to leave.




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