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Teaching kids online citizenship

PBS has announced the launch of its PBS KIDS GO Digital Citizenship Initiative to help kids and parents navigate today's digital landscape.
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PBS has announced the launch of its PBS KIDS GO! Digital Citizenship Initiative to help kids and parents navigate today's digital landscape. 

The initiative features a suite of new resources for kids and parents, among them a new interactive, online game WEBONAUTS INTERNET ACADEMY, designed to teach kids about online privacy, how to deal with bullying and how to distinguish credible sources online. The WEBONAUTS INTERNET ACADEMY is available free on PBSKIDSGO.org/webonauts. Parents can find helpful supporting information on PBSPARENTS.org, including tips for kids' internet use from Common Sense Media.

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