Virginia integrates mandatory Internet-safety lessons into coursework

Every student in Virginia's public schools will learn age-appropriate lessons on Internet safety this year as part of a law that makes such instruction mandatory and soon may be copied in other states, this article says. "We're all sensitive that many, many important things need to be addressed. This is absolutely essential," said Tammy McGraw, the Virginia education department's director of educational technology.

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