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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2002 Students on the Menominee Reservation of Wisconsin are taking part of a nationwide program called I-Safe America to educate young people about Internet safety. Computer usage is high for students on the reservation. At the Menominee Tribal School, a Bureau of Indian Affairs school for grades K-8, there is one computer for every two students. The Menominee Indian School District has about one computer for every student. All are hooked up to the Internet. Get the Story:
Workshop teaches kids a lesson in cyber safety (The Green Bay Press Gazette 10/29) Relevant Links:
I-Safe America - http://www.isafe.org
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