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Prosecutor's office presents program on internet safety at CEA
Hunterdon County Democrat
Flemington â€“ Detective Sergeants Kristen Larsen and Michael Nugent of the Hunterdon County Prosecutor's office visited the Center for Educational Advancement (CEA) to speak to the CORE Values program participants, as well as other clients from CEA, ...
Kid-friendly apps that bring internet safety to Android
Whether you are the kind of parent who hands over your smartphone in the grocery store so your kid can watch Netflix while you shop or you've already given Junior his first tablet, chances are good you have at least considered some kind of software to ...
Internet safety, network access new for 2014-15
This includes an â€śOnline Education Componentâ€ť that mandates that before authorization for network access, all users must complete the St. Ignatius District #28 Internet Safety and Digital Citizenship curriculum. All users include everyone, employees ...
Preparing for a New School Year with Tips on Internet Safety
As the new school year begins and students head back to school, it is important to consider planning online safety for your family. While the internet is a great resource for research and information, parents must be aware of the dangers of ...
Our say: Bike safety education may trump laws
But there are inherent problems in giving young people ready access to the Internet â€” where photos and messages are as public as if they were on a billboard in Time Square, and as permanent as if they were carved in granite â€” before they are remotely ...