What happens when schools filter access to the Internet?

07/3/2014 | Slate

As some schools continue to roll out one-to-one device programs, they also are stepping up their Internet filters to ensure students have restricted access to some sites and inappropriate content. In some cases, students are able to quickly get around the filters, while teachers say the restrictions are too rigid for sites they'd like to use in class.

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