Many children are unaware of how the internet can turn typical adolescent behavior into something not only public, but also permanent—and educators are now trying to impart this lesson, reports the New York Times. The first wave of parental anxiety about the internet focused on security and adult predators. But that has since given way to concerns about how their children are acting online toward their friends and rivals, and what impression their online profiles might create in the minds of college admissions officers or future employers. When Kevin Jenkins wanted to teach his fourth-grade students at Spangler Elementary how...

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