Students in extracurricular activities singled out online

03/24/2013 | Lodi News-Sentinel (Calif.)

A California school district recently adopted a policy forbidding students in sports and school clubs from posting disparaging remarks on social media sites -- such as Twitter or Facebook -- or via other electronic media. Officials said they targeted students engaged in such activities because they have the ability to take away those privileges if students disregard the policy. Some students, however, questioned the need to regulate the behavior, saying they can handle it on their own.

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Lodi News-Sentinel (Calif.)

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