Navigating the Landmines of Technology Misuse

Bakst, Linda; Worona, Jay
June 2011
District Administration;Jun2011, Vol. 47 Issue 6, p68
In this article the authors discuss student safety in the U.S. and examine ways in which school districts and administrators can implement policies to prevent the misuse of technology. They argue that district leaders need to know the purposes and uses of mobile technologies in order to ensure a safe school environment and outline several steps districts should take to protect students rights though devising Internet use policies and developing bullying prevention strategies.


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