Schoolboards: net dangers over-rated; bring social networks to school

August 7, 2007
By David Cassel

The internet isn’t as dangerous as people think, and teachers should let students use social networks at school.

That’s the surprising new recommendation from the National School Boards Association — a not-for-profit organization representing 95,000 school board members — in a new study funded by Microsoft, News Corporation, and Verizon. See the rest of the article

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