Eric Bryant is glad his school recently bought laptops for all its students to use in class and at home.

He just wants to make sure those students are protected.

“Kids are going to learn computers one way or another,” said Bryant, a 10th-grade history teacher at Gadsden City High School. “Hopefully we can teach them the right way to use them.”

Bryant was one of 25 middle school and high school teachers on Thursday who were learning cyber security techniques at Jacksonville State University. The new program offers educators training to protect themselves and their students from cyber


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