Resources:


Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force Unit of the Wisconsin Department of Justice
Some of the resources are printable Internet Safety Pledges for different grade levels, a link to Netsmartz, and safety tips for parents.

Dark Side of the Internet: Sexual Predators of Children
Eric Szatkowski of the Wisconsin Department of Justice brings this program into schools to teach parents about internet safety. The attached is a document outlining some of the topics. The program is eye-opening. It would be a good idea to preview it at another school before bringing it into your own. It will shock parents into action.

Using the Internet in Education-Internet Safety page has a wealth of information for educators.

Stay Safe Online "provides free and non-technical cyber security and safety resources to the public, so consumers, small businesses and educators have the know how to avoid cyber crime."

GetNetWise

CyberSecurity for the Digital District "The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) has developed a program to provide schools and school districts with vital information on education networks in order to ensure the privacy and the security of data within their systems. CoSN also recognizes the importance of online safety and security for students. This is an issue that each school, school district or educational network should evaluate based on its own needs, identifying such factors as community norms, the sophistication of its students or users, and its particular computer infrastructure.
Here you can find tools and information for Superintendents, School Board members, and Technology Leaders/CTOs to assess and improve the security of their technology systems in order to protect the safety of staff and students, contribute to the educational mission of their schools, and maintain community support. This site will also provide security updates and articles to keep you up to date on current security issues."

Guidelines and Resources for Internet Safety in Schools (PDF)

Online Safety

Power to Learn-Internet Smarts
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