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Viral photo teaches 5th graders in Tennessee important internet safety lesson
Julie Culp was trying to teach her 5th grade students a lesson about internet safety by using herself as an example. The lesson went viral. You can watch the full report by 7 Action News Digital Reporter Meghan Brennan in the video player above ...
Internet safety on Cyber Monday
WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) - Internet scams are at an all time high during the holiday season. There are several cyber security tips to be aware of when shopping online. There are many ways hackers can get a hold of your information. Make sure you have a ...
Learning.com to Provide Online Safety Curriculum to Schools Statewide
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Partnership with Ohio Department of Education and Ohio Board of Regents makes EasyTech Online Safety available at no cost to all Ohio public and chartered non-public school districts. Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Google+ Share on ...
How Worried Are Parents About Kids' Online Safety?
MONDAY, Dec. 2, 2013 (HealthDay News) -- Parents' concern about their children's online safety might vary according to their race, ethnicity and other factors, a new study suggests. Researchers analyzed data from a 2011 online survey of more than 1,000 ...
Julie Culp's Photo About Teaching Kids Internet Safety Goes Viral
The Epoch Times
Julie Ann Culp's photo about teaching her fifth graders about internet safety has been seen by millions of people as it has gone viral. In the photo, Culp is smiling and holding a sign which says: â€œI'm talking to my 5th grade students about internet ...
Hendersonville counselor's Facebook post goes viral