The article discusses the concept of digital citizenship, and argues that schools should embrace their students' digital lives and teach them how to use technology safely and responsibly. Concerns raised by the prevalence of cyberbullying are examined, and the argument that character education would help avoid such situations is explored. The necessity of the involvement and approval of school boards for digital character education initiatives is commented on, and suggestions of ethical education resources are presented.
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