Infographic: Keeping Students Safe Online

What are your students doing online?
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Keeping Safe Online

 With sections for students, for parents and for educators, this site addresses internet safety issues in interesting formats for all three audiences. Children can read books, play games or watch videos starring Faux Paw, the Techno Cat. Parents can read

Thinking Outside the Ban Keeps Students Safe Online

Our students' digital footprints usually begin before they ever even start school, but once they're there, it is the job of the 21st century school to ensure parents and their children are developing a positive digital footprint that will result in future success.

COMING SOON! Spotlight: Keeping Kids Safe Online

Starting in July, all school districts receiving E-rate funding will have to meet the stipulations of the Protecting Children in the 21st Century Act. Atomic Learning has the resources necessary to meet the Internet Safety requirements for E-rate, in addition to the reporting tools you will need to track student participation.  To help support schools in addressing those requirements, we’re compiling all these resources in a Spotlight page that will be available for the 2012-2013 school year.  To help in your planning, we wanted to share the resources that will be included with our customers before the Spotlight page launches.