The Internet and electronic communications (email, chat rooms and other forms of electronic communication) have vast potential to support curriculum and student learning. The Board of Education believes they should be used in schools as a learning resource to educate and to inform. Use of the Internet and electronic communications require students to think critically, analyze information, write clearly, and use problem-solving skills, and hone computer and research skills that employers demand. Use of these tools also encourages an attitude of lifelong learning and offers an opportunity for students to participate in distance learning activities, ask questions of and consult …

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  • Last Reviewed/Revised: June 2012
  • Last Adopted: February 14, 2007

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Policy Section: J - Students, Nondiscrimination/Equal Opportunity

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