Shedding light on student trends and culture at the high school.
In an era where “google” is now a verb in the dictionary, and the Internet is increasingly accessible, it can be said that the Internet is vital to our lives. With that being said, technologically progressive websites, known as Web 2.0, now serve as an alternate and new mode of education. However, as these websites and technologies largely involve video sharing or social networking, they are often seen as a potential distraction while being an alternate educational tool. From this, a question arises at our schools: to block or not to block?