Officials on the Miami-Dade County school board in Florida on Wednesday approved a measure to create new policies regarding the use of social media by students and teachers. According to the directive, school administrators will consult teachers and conduct research on how social networking between faculty and students should be regulated. "There is a huge potential to use social media for learning," board member Raquel Regalado said. "We have some schools on Twitter or that have Facebook pages, but there is no uniformity."
Fla. district to create new social-networking policies
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