School IT administrators know that some students will do anything to breach network security systems designed to block inappropriate web sites and keep students on task. When a group of school district IT chiefs met recently to discuss the challenges of reining in students armed with tech savvy and a determination to wreak network havoc, their tales were cautionary—but their advice could prove valuable as computers become more common in K-12 schools.


Nearly a dozen school network administrators met July 1 at the National Education Computing Conference (NECC) in San Antonio, where thousands of educators from across the country came to

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