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Teaching Internet Safety

Learning.com announces the introduction of a comprehensive Internet safety curriculum, EasyTech Online Safety,that exceeds the E Rate requirements for Internet safety teaching and reporting.
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Learning.com announces the introduction of a comprehensive Internet safety curriculum, EasyTech Online Safety,that exceeds the E-Rate requirements for Internet safety teaching and reporting. The curriculum, based on research, is designed for K-2, 3-5 and 6-8.

The curriculum covers challenging subjects including:

  • Cyber bullying
  • Proper online behavior
  • Keeping personal information safe
  • Safe texting
  • Inappropriate content
  • Avoiding online scams and gambling
  • File sharing


For more information visit www.learning.com/easytech/onlinesafety.

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