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Internet, Children, and Teens

The Internet is a wonderful research and communication tool, but some sites (Education.com, perhaps?) are more trustworthy than others, and not everyone your child may encounter online has their best interests at heart. Read on to find out how the Internet is being used in schools and what you can do to make sure that your child stays safe while surfing the Web.

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