Schools work to protect students while offering access to digital tools

03/4/2012 | T.H.E. Journal

Schools and districts in the U.S. are working to create policies regarding the use of social media amid widely differing views on how specific and restrictive such policies should be. Some say the most effective strategies, typically crafted in the form of an Acceptable Use Policy, meet the dual goals of protecting students from harmful material and communication, while allowing them access to valuable educational resources.

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