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Re: Student's Identification on Web Pages (& new student web page)

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Sue Palfrey (stp7msb)
Sun, 26 Jan 1997 09:02:37 -0500

I also just put up a new web page of student work at
I decided on using student initials with grade level. Before I put the
work up, I announced that I would be doing this in the Principal's notes
home, and asked if anyone had questions or concerns to call me. No one
did. I'm sure it would be all right with some parents to use names, but I
felt in the name of equality, I didn't want to make some students feel
uncomfortable because their names were not permitted to be on the WEB.

> From: Charles Gareri <cgareri>
> To: arted <artsednet>
> Subject: Student's Identification on Web Pages
> Date: Sunday, January 26, 1997 5:10 AM
> I recently put out a web page, which many of you have visited. Thanks
> An interesting question has come up regarding student identification.
> At first I put their full names, then I changed it to just their first
> name. Just before putting it out on the net I decided to not use any
> name in fear that some parent might object.
> A couple of people have suggested a "release form" where parents give
> permission to use full or partial names to identify student's work.
> I would be interested in comments or what other schools have done to
> address this issue.
> Also, if you got the time check out my page, it has a link to our Art
> Department. Your comments would be appreciated.
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