ESPN.com is one of the biggest-read non-porn websites on the Internet. Everyone from butchers to bakers to candlestick makers checks out the Worldwide Leader’s pages on the World Wide Web. Why, even school employees working with special needs students like to browse through it.
However, supervising special ed teens may not be the best time to go sports web surfing. It may distract you from your duties, and the kids could get into some mischief. What kind of mischief, you may ask? How about engaging in sex acts behind a classroom bookshelf?
There are times when technology leads us to a breakthrough, a new way of learning and understanding the world. Sometimes, the Internet raises the level of knowledge and raises the level of humanity just one small, incremental, yet wondrous bit. This is not one of those times.
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