School Planning and Management, July 1998, p. 35

Two challenges face educators who bring the Internet into classrooms: ensuring that students can find quality content, and protecting them against harmful or inappropriate material.

Terry Hitchcock identifies and evaluates the pros and cons of four popular methods to help meet these challenges:

  • Acceptable Use Policies: Good because students can have unfettered access to the Internet and are entrusted to use their own good judgment. Bad because such policies require enforcement, cannot prevent accidental viewings of
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