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Many of you are about to begin a career in education as a professional teacher working in K12 public and private schools. You will be under increasing pressure to provide Internet access to all students, but significant risks are involved.

The Internet is rife with content inappropriate for viewing by young and impressionable studentscertainly in primary and secondary education settings. A basic responsibility of teachers is to provide a protective environment. In order to do so effectively, teachers must be familiar with the dangers that exist. So...

The link below offers a brief overview of the horrific images that are profuse and readily available on the Internet, often presented aggressively in an attempt to subvert our most precious resourceour children.

Although all educators should be aware of these threats, please do not click through unless you are a mature adult who is not easily shaken. I am only able to present these images due to the protections provided by Freedom of Speech, under the broad umbrella of Artistic Expression. These freedoms are always in jeopardy, and I am always under threat of censor.

WARNING: These images are shocking in their stark and unadorned depravity.

ADULTS ONLY

 

this page last updated: 06/12/2003 11:12:08 PM