Can social media help curb students' abuse of social media?

04/11/2013 | Crookston Daily Times (Minn.)

A Minnesota high school has established a Twitter account where students and others can report abuse, following what school principal Lon Jorgenson describes as a series of "very negative and offensive student-student and student-teacher usage of social media." In a message to stakeholders announcing the Twitter page, Jorgenson called the events "a teachable moment for appropriate digital citizenship."

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