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Kids are online all the time — whether it’s a smartphone or laptop computer. But they’re not always under close supervision. Schools and parents alike have a vested interest in ensuring that students know how to navigate the internet in a safe and responsible way. As part of their CIPA compliance (CIPA stands for Children’s Internet Protection Act), most schools implement measures that range from putting filters on the internet to teaching online safety skills.

CIPA compliance on the curriculum requirements. EasyTech content covers topics such as:

  • Communicating effectively in online learning environments
  • Recognizing and responding appropriately to cyberbullying
  • Understanding online privacy concerns — whether that’s setting up strong passwords or knowing what information should never be shared over the internet 

All content is available in age-appropriate grade-level bands, with interactive, self-paced online lessons, teacher-led discussions, and application exercises.

And with our new, gamified learning pathway called Tech Quest, CIPA compliant content is pre-loaded, making it easier than ever for districts and schools to ensure students are starting the year with these essential skills.

For schools that need to demonstrate CIPA compliance in order to qualify for E-Rate discounts (a federally sponsored program to help schools and libraries pay for internet service), provides specialized CIPA reporting tools that make it easy for administrators to confirm that students are mastering the required content.

EasyTech makes it easy to teach students the foundational skills to stay safe on the internet, and helps districts achieve CIPA compliance in the process.

Cipa Compliance one-sheet

Click to download CIPA Compliance and E-Rate Information Sheet

Christine Byrd

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Christine has over 17 years of experience as an award-winning writer, thorough researcher, detail-oriented editor, and communications strategist. She specializes in providing internal and external communications for corporate, academic and nonprofit leaders.

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