Florida district's student-conduct code adapts to new technology

05/2/2010 | St. Petersburg Times (Fla.)

Officials in Florida's Hernando County School District are recommending several changes to the student-conduct code that reflect the technology that students are using. Under recommendations developed by a committee of administrators, teachers and one parent, educators could search student technology if they were suspected of using the devices to cheat, iPods would be banned and some students found to have violated the student conduct code would have to attend prevention classes on topics such as bullying and sexual harassment.

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