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Lessons Learned about Schools and Their Responsibility To Foster Safety Online
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Journal of School Violence Volume 2, Number 1, ISSN 1538-8220

Abstract

Presents two case studies that illustrate the emerging strategies of school systems as they attempt to ensure the safety of youth online. The initial focus of creating a framework for Internet safety has emphasized the role of the schools since students have gained access to cyberspace in schools at a faster rate than in the home. (SLD)

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Berson, M.J. & Berson, I.R. (2003). Lessons Learned about Schools and Their Responsibility To Foster Safety Online. Journal of School Violence, 2(1), 105. Retrieved June 25, 2019 from .

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