Well, this seemed to work with the superintendents session I did last week, so I figure, what the heck. Monday I get a chance to address two groups of New York City parents on the topic of “Internet Safety and Your Children” at Staten Island College. I’ve got some ideas about what I want to say to them in terms of the whole MySpace issue, the need for a more expansive view on literacy, and some general suggestions on how to help teach their kids (and themselves) acceptable use. But I’m wondering, if you had 90 minutes with this group, what one thing would you bring up/point to/challenge them with? What would be your most important message?
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