Schools seek to curb spread of rumors online

01/18/2013 | Minnesota Public Radio

Educators in Minnesota say that minor incidents increasingly are being blown out of proportion online, and rumors are spreading at a faster rate than ever before with the help of social media websites such as Facebook and Twitter. Now, educators say they are seeking to harness social media in a positive way, to communicate true information about schools just as quickly.

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