Md. district has no policy on social media

03/18/2012 | Capital (Annapolis, Md.), The

While a Maryland district increasingly is focused on improving students' familiarity with technology, its schools block most social media websites and there is no policy in place governing the use of social media for students or teachers. Officials say it can be difficult to put a common sense policy in place for such a large organization. Some experts, however, say schools should do more to educate students about the proper use of technology.

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