Canada: Teacher's Federation has their eyes open on WiFi

Finally something substantial about Wi-Fi has appeared this month in the BCTF (British Columbia Teacher's Federation) Newsmagazine, which is delivered once a month to every teacher and retired teacher in B.C.

"Should Wi-Fi be Used in Classrooms?" is the first of two reports, the second of which will be printed in October. This one is written by Lynn Quiring and has good information and insights for teachers. Page 6. It's only "Wi-Fi 101" but it's very timely. Take a look and smile!


Linda Ewart
Citizens for Safe Technology Society

Empowering the public to protect children and youth from unsafe wireless technologies.


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