Calif. district eases policy on students' social media use

09/5/2013 | Lodi News-Sentinel (Calif.)

Following protests from students and threats of legal action, a California school district has revised its policy regarding students' social media use. Under the new policy, officials state that students can be disciplined for online actions. Under a previous version of the policy, high-school athletes and club members could have been suspended for their actions on sites such as Facebook and Twitter.

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Lodi News-Sentinel (Calif.)

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