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Links 1 through 10 of 51 by Leigh Blackall tagged nonscholae

Unfortunately Al and his minilegends have had problems this week; the end result being that today he was given an Order of Closure by Risk and management/Special Investigations Unit from the South Australian Education Department to remove his Al Upton’s

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The Deleting Online Predators Act of 2006[1] (DOPA) is a bill (H.R. 5319) brought before the United States House of Representatives on May 9, 2006 by Republican Pennsylvania Representative (R-PA) Mike Fitzpatrick. The bill, if enacted, would amend the Com

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The best part is their recommendation to schools: stop fearing the Internet and embrace it as an incredible tool for instruction

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Here are two videos (each less than a minute long) from the Ad Council designed to bring attention to the effects of cyberbullying.

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I came away realizing why media literacy programs often bother me. Frequently, the idea even is that we have to teach our children how to recognize the Internet sites that are as reliable and safe as what they’ll find in a library. That’s a useful ski

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People in China, Cuba, Iran, and other countries where the government censors what they see on the Internet could soon have access to a lot more information. Citizen Lab, at the University of Toronto's Munk Centre for International Studies, has announced

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The official-sounding person on the telephone wants to know your Social Security number and information about your bank account. What should you do?

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