Knowledge Delivery Systems Launches Two Courses to Empower Educators to Address Internet Safety and Cyberbullying

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Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Protecting students from digital abuse has become a crucial component of school curriculum. All schools who receive e-rate funding must teach students about Internet safety, and many states have passed cyberbullying laws that require school-based instruction and teacher training on the topic. As a result, Knowledge Delivery Systems, a provider of strategic professional development solutions for teachers, schools and districts, has developed two new courses for educators on Internet safety and cyberbullying, presented by national expert Nancy Willard. To learn more, visit the complete course descriptions online.Protecting students from digital abuse has become a crucial component of school curriculum. All schools who receive e-rate funding must teach students about Internet safety, and many states have passed cyberbullying laws that require school-based instruction and teacher training on the topic. As a result, Knowledge Delivery Systems, a provider of strategic professional development solutions for teachers, schools and districts, has developed two new courses for educators on Internet safety and cyberbullying, presented by national expert Nancy Willard. To learn more, visit the complete course descriptions online.

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