Officials in a Kansas school district say they increasingly are faced with having to respond to students' activities on social media that have an impact on the school campus. One high school recently suspended a student for comments he made on Twitter. Questions remain, however, over how far schools should go to respond to students' online behavior.
How far can schools go to regulate students' online activity?
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