Opinion: Internet Filters Aren't A Quick Fix

03/27/2002 | Education Week

Technology administrators should be aware that Internet content filters administered by private companies often can block too much information, putting school districts at risk of unlawfully restricting information from students, one writer says. Moreover, Internet filters are said to be a poor substitute for a good overall Web-use policy that emphasizes professional development and technical and instructional support.

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