Why schools must overhaul approach to Internet filtering

Internet filters that are common in schools might be preventing educators from incorporating Web 2.0 tools into the classroom. Experts say that some sites can have both useful and inappropriate content, and better filters are needed to allow students to access good content while avoiding the bad.

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