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Parent Resources for Online Safety

To be CIPA compliant, a requirement to receive E-rate funding, each year schools must "provide for educating minors about appropriate online behavior, including interacting with other individuals on social networking websites and in chat rooms, and cyberbullying awareness and response."  Below are resources that teachers and parents can use for teaching students about protecting their privacy on social networks and chat rooms and how to recognize and deal with cyberbullying.

More Digital Citizenship Topics

The Family Engagement Toolkit provides resources to help your family reflect on media habits and build digital citizenship skills. Do you have questions or are you facing a digital dilemma? Common Sense Media Parent Concerns will find age-appropriate guidelines for your family plus videos and articles to help with the tough conversations for topics such as cyberbullying, privacy and internet, screen time, and social networking sites. 
Parent Resources Description
FBI Guide to Internet Safety Tips on monitoring Internet usage and keeping children safe online
National Crime Prevention Council A variety of resources on all aspects of internet safety
Common Sense Media offers information and resources covering a wide variety of topics having to do with keeping students safe online.