In recent years Islamist terror groups have had more success cultivating lone wolf attackers in the West than in creating active cells. Using the Internet, as well as some mosques that were centers for radical activity, such efforts present a consistent challenge for American law enforcement. Their answer has been to step up efforts to monitor such activity in spite of attempts by groups purporting to represent the interests of American Muslims and Arab-Americans to prevent the gathering of such intelligence. But authorities also understand that preventing children from being wooed by radicals is just as important. To that end, the FBI has developed an interactive program for teachers and students aimed at training them to prevent kids from being recruited by violent extremists. But thanks to the same groups that relentlessly promoted the myth of a post-9/11 backlash against Arabs and Muslims, it may never see the light of day.