this time, as long as you have something in place to address Internet Safety,
(it can be as little as a brochure you pass out to kids and parents), and you
consider this step to be local "policy", and you follow it, then you are in
compliance. That is guidance from SETDA and from the COsN/ISTE folks that
worked on this in '08. There has been nothing solid from FCC on a
particular course or action that they require.
because you are using I-Safe locally, and it appears that it is your policy to
do so.. then you are in compliance.
has some great resources here.. I think his work is doing a nice job at helping
to provide some ways that schools can address this...
are some discussions going on about some model policies around this... So, there
is some guidance coming from the state level.
Vermont Department of
120 State St.
I know we went round and round on this last fall, but I'm still unclear.
Are we able to use an Internet safety program such as this that we create
and still call it certified to meet the federal
requirements? At ANESU we purchased ISafe for this year but are not
thrilled with it. It does come with its handy certificate, though!
On Thu, Apr 8, 2010 at 3:19 PM, School Information Technology Discussion
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> Hi All,
> Here is the website: www.vtisp.org
. "The idea is that we can
create a free
> online curriculum for answering all the latest questions on internet
> for both teachers and students. I've laid out the barebones of
> but now we need content. Please take a look at it, and send your
> solutions, lesson plans, student created videos./slideshows.
> Thank You,
> Technology Integrator
> The St. Johnsbury Elementary School
> 257 Western Ave - St. Johnsbury, VT 05819
> 802-748-8912 Fax: 802-748-1095
Lauren Kelley Parren
ANESU Educational Tech Coordinator
Futures Academy Instructor