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Ideas for 2011-2012

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AB227.  Here is the actual legislation:
http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/pub/11-12/bill/asm/ab_0201-0250/ab_227_bill_20110406_amended_asm_v98.html
 
There is an upcoming hearing on this July 11th.

This bill adds the prevention of cyberbullying, content control software, and the responsible use of mobile communication technology to the components that are require to be included in existing guidelines and criteria for school district educational technology plans.

 

An existing California law that gives school officials 
the right to suspend or expel a student for bullying 
another student over the Internet or by other 
electronic means has been updated to include 
bullying others through social networking websites.
The bill, AB 746, sponsored by Assemblywoman 
Nora Campos (D-San Jose) goes into effect Jan. 1, 
after it was signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown on 
Friday.
"My hope is that the conversation will be more about 
what will happen to you if you engage in bullying 
on social networks,'' said Campos.
The assemblywoman's bill essentially tweaks AB 86, 
sponsored by then-Assemblyman and now state 
Sen. Ted Lieu (D-Torrance) that became law in 2009. 
That legislation addressed all forms of 
cyberbullying, including those from cell phones, 
computers or websites. However, social networking 
websites were not explicitly addressed in AB 86, and 
Campos said they have only grown in popularity 
since. 

 

e-rate law:

‘‘(iii) as part of its Internet safety policy is edu-

cating minors about appropriate online behavior, including interacting with other individuals on social networking websites and in chat rooms and cyberbullying awareness and response.’’.

 

Possible new webinar ideas:

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