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Over the last two years the principal at the local high school banned all computer programming classes. The school's technical computer efforts have been decimated. Now that the principal has been promoted to another school, some in the community are trying to rebuild. However, word comes that the school district has banned all "web programming" education. Any programming classes related to the internet are forbidden. This doesn't seem to line up with Goal 3: "All students will have technology and information literacy skills as aligned with national/state standards and district goals."
The Clark County High School Curriculum Guide certainly neglects technology and information literacy completely. What national standards are there for "technology and information literacy skills"? What standards should there be?"
Since 2002 providers in Nordrhine-Westfalia are forced by the District Authorities to block access to two Nazi sites, which are hosted in United states. According to the TV magazine Report Mainz Google has not responded to German inquiries to delete 100 Nazi videos."
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