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Do We Need a Law that Sets Policies for Student-Teacher Relationships? [POLL]

In the past, when teachers needed to communicate with students and parents outside of the classroom, a note would be sent home, or a phone call would be made. But times are changing, and social media has way for students and teachers to keep in touch.

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Does it Bother You When Other People Post Photos of Your Kid? [POLL]

I honestly never thought about this until I read this blog post about it, but does it bother you if other people post pictures of your child online?

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Dangerous Teen Game Sweeps Garden State [AUDIO]

A treacherous new drinking game has gone viral on social media sites like YouTube.

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Teacher-Student Communication Focus of New Bill [AUDIO]

Most teachers already know what is and is not appropriate when communicating with a student, but it can't hurt to make sure they know the rules.

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Study: Facebook Done in 4 Years – Your Favorite Social Media Site? [POLL]

I’ve been on Facebook for more than a few years.

I know it’s lost whatever ‘hipness’ it had – especially since people my age are on it, and make up the majority of its users.

I’m also on Twitter – mainly for work purposes – and on Instagram – but why, I don’t know

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NJ Students Might Get Social Media Training

Students in New Jersey might get social media training in school.

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Man Creates One of the Greatest Special Experiments You’ll Ever See [VIDEO]

With so many people jumping at the chance to post their 'selfie' shots, photos of their food and post what their doing every waking minute to Facebook or Twitter, one man decided to prove how oblivious it has made people.

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Websites Face New Rules With New Bill [AUDIO]

The internet can be a dangerous place for today's youth, and it's the focus of a brand new, two-pronged bill from a New Jersey lawmaker.

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Kids Are Fleeing Facebook – Are You Using Social Media Less? [POLL]

There have been stories like this before, but just in case you were unaware, young people are abandoning Facebook.

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Doctors Tell Parents to Limit Kids’ Tech Use [AUDIO]

A new policy from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that parents limit their kids' usage of electronic devices.

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