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Should schools be responsible for teaching online safety?


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jbova4 June 14, 2011

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Only if in conjunction with responsible parents also teaching on-line safety.
Too many times parents leave properly raising their children to the School Employees who are overwhelmed by the large class sizes, and wide disparity in learning abilities within any given class.


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loveoverrated June 13, 2011

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yes because sum kids cn get on innapproriate websites


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starrdsanders June 10, 2011

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yes, I feel as though if we leave our children in their care and they provide computer studies then they should be obligated to teach them the dangers of using the internet.


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rathidasgupta June 8, 2011

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Yes, School should teach safety in all aspects, online safety should be taught


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magnetlaw June 6, 2011

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Yes. A lot of us still not a computer saver however, the kids are. They need to know the pro/con and the consequences about the online safety.


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beatlebum9eb June 2, 2011

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Yes, I agree there should be a class to teach online safety to keep children aware of how to protect themself from online predators.


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kpaige June 1, 2011

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yes,they should set aside a class about online safety!


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niecydee May 30, 2011

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yes I made a mistake teachers should teach students about online saftey


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niecydee May 30, 2011

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yes academic only


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apjairam May 23, 2011

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Teaching online safety is a responsibility of parents/guardians. However, to make sure students are receiving some guidance for online safety - as not all parents are familiar with the pitfalls - it is important for schools to help as well.




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