Why common sense should guide school social media policies

12/30/2011 | Daily News (Los Angeles)

Common sense should prevail as school districts across the country work to develop policies governing online communication between students and teachers, according to a newspaper editorial board. Banning contact between students and teachers on social media sites may be unrealistic, the editors write. Instead, they suggest policies that allow teachers to tap students' interest in social networking without engaging in communication that can harm students.

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