Guest Host: Susan Page

Online social networking websites are some of the most popular sites that teens and twenty-somethings visit. But MySpace, Facebook, and others have hidden dangers that often elude parents. A look at how social networks are changing the way kids interact and what parents need to do to keep their children safe on-line.

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  • Candice Kelsey cofounder of a private high school in California and an evaluator for the College Board's Advanced Placement Program, the S.A.T., and the U.S. Department of Education.

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