In response to recent security breaches, the Antelope Valley Union High School District in Lancaster, Calif. (9-12, enr. 18,000), may be one of the first districts in the country to hire a network security manager whose sole duty is ensuring that safety, responsibility, and privacy reign supreme in the district's computer network.

"There were three reasons we decided to hire a network manager with an emphasis on security. First and foremost, we wanted to protect students while they are online. Second, we wanted to protect the integrity of our network. And, finally, we wanted to

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