Wis. high school lifts ban on social media

Chris Lazarski, who teaches an American Public Policy class at a Wisconsin high school, this year convinced officials to lift a ban on social media sites so he could include Twitter and other sites in classroom lessons, student research and debate. Besides using the sites as educational resources to enhance lessons, he said lifting the ban also helps students learn to use the sites responsibly and to engage with peers around the country.

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