Educators find evidence of students' misbehavior online

04/23/2013 | Post-Bulletin (Rochester, Minn.), The

Students increasingly are posting pictures of themselves performing illegal or potentially illegal acts on social media websites such as Facebook, some school officials in Minnesota say. However, the availability of such information and images has complicated how schools respond to incidents of students' misbehavior and also led educators to issue warnings to students to be careful of what they post online.

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