Ill. school district seeks balanced policy on social media

12/28/2011 | Braidwood Journal (Ill.)

Officials in Illinois' Reed-Custer school district are working to develop guidelines for the use of social media among students and teachers. Officials say they aim to balance the educational benefits of sites such as Facebook and Twitter with ensuring appropriate online relationships between students and teachers. "I wouldn't ever want to take away an avenue for the teachers to talk to the students," school board member Stacey Speed said.

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