Tuesday, January 12, 2010

"that's one bit of data that hasn't shown any indication of slowing down yet"

"The best that we can try to do in the schools is endeavor to teach students to properly use resources, including online tools," said Roy.

That's exactly what the Franklin Teenangels chapter, a division of a nationwide group of teen cyber-safety experts, is trying to do.

Worried about online social networking safety, concerned mother and Dean College technology instructor Lisa Keohane stumbled across wiredsafety.org, a Web site dedicated to Internet safety, and learned about the teen initiative which was featured on the Web site.
The presentation by the Teen Angels group is one of several at the School Committee meeting this evening. Read more in the Milford Daily News here.

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