W.Va. district could limit high-tech communication by teachers

07/29/2013 | Bluefield Daily Telegraph (W.Va.)

Officials in Mercer County Schools in West Virginia are considering a new policy that would establish guidelines for school teachers and other staff regarding texting, social media and other communication. Officials said one goal is to separate student communication from guidelines for employees. However, the biggest change, they say, will be limits on how staff can use cellphones and the Internet during the school day.

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