Should students' social media activity be monitored by schools?

11/11/2013 | CNN

Just a few months after a California school district made national headlines by partnering with a private firm to monitor students' social media activity, Richard Sheehan, the Glendale superintendent, said the effort saved the life of a student who was talking online about committing suicide. A Florida school district now is faced with questions about how far to go in monitoring online behavior after a tragedy involving a student. However, some say such monitoring raises legal questions for school districts.

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