Md. high school plans social media forum

04/24/2012 | Patch.com

A Maryland high school will host a forum Wednesday to teach students and parents how to safely use social media websites. The event will include educators, elected officials and the Maryland State Police social media trainer. Robin Brock, school-resource officer at Owings Mills High School, said the goal is not to scare parents about social media, but to educate them so they can properly direct their children.

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