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Social Media: Should Teachers (and Youth Pastors) be Friends with Students

Social Media: Should Teachers (and Youth Pastors) be “friends” with Students?

By Chris McKenna / March 10, 2018 / 1 Comment

Note: neither Virtue in Media, nor its parent organization, Protect Young Eyes , is providing legal advice in this post. If your organization has questions about the liability associated with certain types of digital communications between staff, volunteers, and minors, including social media, please consult an attorney. Any best practice policies we might point to are simply templates … Read moreSocial Media: Should Teachers (and Youth Pastors) be “friends” with Students?

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School Bus

No Cell Phones on the School Bus – a Safe Environments Initiative

By Chris McKenna / March 3, 2018 / 1 Comment

Recently, the Protect Young Eyes team has decided to ask local school districts to ban smartphones on their school busses. This initiative does not apply to talk/text devices like the LG Gizmo Gadget, which provide parents the peace of mind that their elementary or junior high son or daughter is where he/she needs to be, … Read moreNo Cell Phones on the School Bus – a Safe Environments Initiative

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Launch

Virtue in Media has Launched!

By Chris McKenna / February 5, 2018 / 0 Comments

For the past six months, we’ve been working on something special. Why? Because while traveling the country last year , we kept hearing the same need over and over from faith-based schools. And, when I hear about problems, I love to find solutions. It’s just the way I’m wired.  Digital Citizenship and the Bible During our visits to schools, principals, parents, and … Read moreVirtue in Media has Launched!

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