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A Custom Objectionable Word List Ate My Homework
on Sunday August 28, @08:31AM
from the george-carlin-would-need-a-longer-list dept.
first three schools using Chromebooks for Education
is the Merton Community School District, which decided to go Chromebook after the Wisconsin Dept. of Public Instruction (WDPI) issued a
using PDFMaker for Word
) announcing that
all Wisconsin schools can have access to Google Apps for Education
by simply downloading a
Google Consent Form
(Microsoft Word format, oddly) from the
, completing & signing it, and submitting it to Google. And to help get the schools going, a separate
Wisconsin Google Apps for Education website
aims to jumpstart things with weekly webinars, the first of which —
Getting started with the Google Apps for Education Control Panel
— shows school officials how they can
sandbox 'Naughty Students'
filter objectionable content
. While Google illustrates how a list of 'custom objectionable words' can be used to flag and/or block students' e-mail with some cute examples —
different spellings of 'booger'
a regex to block variants like 'b00g3r'
— things get considerably nastier in the real world, as this
NSFW custom objectionable word list
used by the North Canton City Schools shows."