Anonymous Bullying on Social Network Seeps Into Schools: By Nirvi Shah In waves throughout the school year, counselor Julia V. Taylor has found herself consoling students who have been taunted—often anonymously—on the social-networking site Formspring.me.... http://bit.ly/ftX4WX
Murrieta Valley Unified School District could very well be the first district in the state to enact an official board policy regarding the use of social media websites. (A good idea now that sexting has gone viral into bullying RT @jfehrman: CA School District Eyes Social Media Policy http://bit.ly/eyQezu)
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