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Some new information now on rising concerns over how teachers interact with their students online this.
After a 22 year old Los Angeles substitute teacher was arrested for allegedly using FaceBook to -- lewd photos to a thirteen year old student.
Now some are wondering what role social media should play in educating kids.
What a -- -- live for us from San Francisco and caught it.
John it is a growing debate being fueled by some pretty big numbers surveys show 95% of Americans teens.
Use the Internet and many of them -- social media to connect with their coaches and teachers.
-- many teachers say social media offers them an innovative way to stay involved with their students offer homework help and links to academic sites.
But as we've seen communications can cross a line.
This week's arrest in Los Angeles just the latest example of an inappropriate relationship that began on FaceBook.
Other cases involve a high school math teacher here in northern California and an eighth grade English teacher in Georgia the students in both of these cases just fourteen.
Some argue teachers should not be allowed to friend their students because that can facilitate the exchange of private messages.
These communications -- communications start.
With something that is perfectly appropriate.
But then -- -- because it's hidden.
Into inappropriate relationships.
That have caused many teachers to lose their jobs and students and their families much hard it.
Missouri State senator Jane Cunningham helped write that State's new law requiring school districts to create social media policies.
New York City just issued its guidelines this week.
In fact more than forty districts around the country are putting new rules and a place to prevent legitimate online chat about education.
From turning into opportunities for sexual abuse.
-- -- every new medium brings with it its own problems quality -- that's right thank you.
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