Cast A Wide Net
Kids are Web-savvy. What about teachers and parents?
Parents looking to bridge the generation gap with their kids can sum up the biggest obstacle they face today in two words: the Internet. Sure, moms and dads think it's important that kids get online, but how can they learn to keep things kid-safe? That's where Ken LaVan and Kaila Colbin come in with ParentsConnected, a nationwide seminar tour helping parents get connected to and learn about the Internet.
"We want to help narrow the digital divide by educating parents and teachers," says LaVan.
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