The National School Boards Association (NSBA) has published “Legal Issues & Education Technology: A School Leader’s Guide.” The guidebook, a joint effort between the NSBA’s Council of School Attorneys and the Technology Leadership Network, is intended to help school officials get a firmer grip on laws regarding technology in an educational setting. Among the issues addressed are internet filtering, privacy, copyright laws and fair use, and Y2K compliance. The authors also recommend that school districts establish acceptable use policies for internet and computer use. The guidebook is available from NSBA for $35 and can be ordered online through the association’s web site (http://www.nsba.org/cosa).