Should school principals block social-networking sites?

09/7/2010 | T.H.E. Journal

A new report shows that most school principals say social-networking websites have educational value -- and many use the sites themselves -- but a majority still ban such sites from their schools. Concerns include security, misuse of the sites and privacy. The report was sponsored by edWeb.net, MCH Strategic Data, MMS Education and Interactive Educational Systems Design.

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