Debate emerges over who should teach social media ethics

01/2/2013 | Voxxi

With the increased popularity of social media have come more bullying, cheating and privacy concerns. Now, some are questioning whether schools -- where students learn many lessons in morality -- should include social media etiquette as part of the curriculum. Some, however, say teachers already have too much on their plates and that it is the responsibility of families to teach students moral and ethical lessons.

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