We do our best to promote a safe and trusted community of teachers and learners, as described in our Safety Policy.  Ultimately it is up to parents to provide education and oversight for Internet use in their homes.

Here are some resources that are good starting points.

Be Internet Awesome
Internet privacy, safety, and behavior tips from Google.

Safe and Secure Online
This resource is provided by the nonprofit Center for Cyber Safety and Education.  

Federal Trade Commission - Protecting Kids Online
This government resource covers cyber-bullying and more.

Common Sense Media
This organization provides advice on media consumption for children, including an overview of privacy and internet safety and tips for different ages.  They also offer a selection of video recommendations, like this video of 5 Internet safety tips for kids.

Family Online Safety Institute
This organization provides a range of articles searchable by age, and is funded by a group of major technology companies.

Parent Coalition for Student Privacy
A national coalition of parents and advocates to defend the rights of parents and students to protect their data.  Including a Parent Toolkit for Student Privacy.

We also suggest you seek out best practices from your friends and local communities.

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