How should schools respond when student fights end up online?

03/4/2012 | Washington Post, The

Physical altercations between students at school are making their way to social-networking sites such as YouTube and Facebook, magnifying the effect of the incidents on the students involved. Parents and students are encouraged to report such postings, which often are against the sites' regulations, and some say schools should develop specific policies about posting recorded images online.

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