Jump to Top 5 Questions about Snapchat from Parents Snapchat is all about fun and spontaneity. By default, the text, photos and videos you send disappear seconds after
After School is an app for both Apple (iOS) and Android devices that lets high school students interact with other students at their school. Because it’s limited to fellow
A Parents’ Guide to Cyberbullying provides perspective – the facts about bullying and cyberbullying – and down-to-earth help for young people as well as parents who have to deal with it. The guide helps put cyberbullying into perspective with practical tips for parents, students and school officials.
Technology tools and apps are making it possible for educators and students to collaborate, create, and share ideas more easily than ever. When schools use
Schools have always held a wide range of data about our children and families. This guide will help parents understand the law and their rights when it comes to student data privacy.
Some educators hesitate to use social media in class and in their personal and professional lives. This guide shows how educators can use these powerful tools productively and safely while enhancing -- not risking -- their professional reputation.
It seems just about everybody has a mobile phone now, including more than three-quarters of U.S. teens and a rapidly growing number of younger kids. For young people as well
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ConnectSafely’s new Parents’ Guide to Instagram provides parents, educators, anyone curious about this popular photo- and video-sharing app with all they need to
En la actualidad, parece que todos tienen un teléfono móvil, incluidos más del 75% de los adolescentes de EE. UU. y un creciente número de niños más pequeños. Tanto