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Why The Internet Should be Banned at Schools

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Andrew Colwick

on 10 March 2015

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By: Reiley Colwick
Why The Internet Should be Banned at Schools
The Internet can damage the minds of children. The Pew Research and the American Life Project reported that 15% of 12 to 17 year olds with a mobile have been engaged in sexual activity through them. Also about 71% of parents say that they have seen their child on "kid friendly" websites with inappropriate advertisements or poop-ups while they are playing
games or watching videos .
Reason 1 and Evidence
The internet is easy access for bullies to cyber-bully. According to a recent recent studies shows that 33% of all teenagers report that they have been cyber-bullied. Also, in 2013 88% of teens say that they have witnessed bullying online before.
Reason 2 and Evidence
Schools should ban or filter the internet at all schools.
The internet is a good place to communicate with people-But, if it is used for the wrong reason this could become very dangerous by talking to people you don't know.

The internet is a good place to entertain yourself by watching videos and playing games-But, if kids are playing or watching inappropriate could potentially become a bad habit that could ruin the rest of the child's life.
Counter Claims and Evidence
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