Proposed social media policy considers First Amendment rights

11/20/2012 | MetroWest Daily News (Framingham, Mass.)

Officials in a Massachusetts school district are considering a new policy that would limit the way teachers and students can use social media to interact. The goal is to ensure that any interaction on such sites is "in a safe and responsible manner." Under the proposed policy, teachers would be banned from communicating with students from a personal social media profile but would be allowed such interaction from a professional profile.

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