In response to recent security breaches, the Antelope Valley Union High School District in Lancaster, Calif. (nine-12, enrollment 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

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