whole school community. Another Pew survey found that 70 percent of teens had sought advice about how to manage their privacy online. Enforcing the rules becomes easier when you know that students are aware of them. It is illegal for anyone, with lascivious intent, to knowingly encourage, cause, coerce, solicit, or entice a person under 18 years of age - male or female - to pose or be shown in a state of nudity (or semi-nudity) for the purpose of photographing. Sometimes your students really might stumble upon inappropriate content online by accident.
Inappropriate Content Almost all schools use filters to deter kids from getting into trouble online, but plenty of kids might accidentally circumvent these filters. The most influential study on sexting was released in the journal, pediatrics in 2012. It also offers conversation starters to help educators and parents connect with kids. If so, make sure that your students know the policy and that it is posted where they can read. Thus when an 18 year old photographs his or her genitals, for example, and sends it to their 17 year old girlfriend or boyfriend, they are in violation of this statute. You can help stop that. To that end, each school year, the District Attorney's Office has provides trainings for students throughout the county, as well as several school staff trainings, on bullying, cyberbullying and computer and internet safety. Posing a Child in a State of Nudity or Sexual Conduct.