How far should schools go to filter the Internet?

04/2/2013 | EdTech magazine

Some say schools are overestimating how much Internet content to filter to comply with the Children's Internet Protection Act and E-Rate. Daniel Vomastek, ­director of information and technology systems for Portage Public Schools in Michigan, said his office receives more requests to unblock sites than to filter them -- "by a ratio of 10 to 1." Vomastek said, "It really depends on school culture and the community in which you're based."

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