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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
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 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 articles or watch videos about keeping their kids safe. And teachers have access to a wide range of teaching materials to help students make wise internet decisions.

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