Virginia first state to require Web safety lessons

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    One would think parents would have already drummed this into their kid's heads.:evil:
     
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    Nuthin' wrong with getting good advice from multiple sources.

    Also, not all kids have internet access at home, so this may not be an area their parents have told them much about.

    Many students, though, can access the internet from school, and though it is restricted and monitored, kids are clever; if the school is going to have that door, they may as well advise the kids about the dangers should they decide to slip through it.
     
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    I have no problem with the schools giving classes on it. Whether or not kids have internet at home, I would think this being 2008, it would still be discussed. I talked to my daughter about it before we had a PC in our house.

    Just seems like common sense to me. Well, maybe THAT's it ....:eusa_whistle:
     

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