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Internet Safety Resources for Parents

I’m planning my Online Safety parent meeting for next fall. I’d like to point parents to a couple of online resources they can return to later for additional ideas and support. What do you suggest? Providing links to online safety resources is a great idea. Parents get so much information at the start of the
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I’m planning my Online Safety parent meeting for next fall. I’d like to point parents to a couple of online resources they can return to later for additional ideas and support. What do you suggest?

Providing links to online safety resources is a great idea. Parents get so much information at the start of the school year that it’s helpful to give them tools they can use later. There are several Web sites designed to help parents understand how to set boundaries for their children’s Internet use, monitor that use, and what to do if something goes wrong. Here are two you might want to recommend during your meeting:

Review the sites yourself. You will find many tips and ideas you may want to incorporate into your meeting agenda.

Submitted by: Susan Brooks-Young

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