Seems like common sense.
Which is why the federal government will still require filters...
I've used SMART's Synchroneyes with limited success. Allows real-time
thumbnail images of all computers in a workgroup, but it's a Windows
only application. Monitoring software is still easy for students to
work around, and unless someone wants to babysit at the keyboard instead
of actually teaching, it's not very useful. Good in theory, awkward in
Shannon Walters wrote:
> Interesting article regarding school internet filters in this Washington Post oped.
> What do you think?
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