N.J. may mandate social media behavior lessons for middle-school students

05/22/2013 | Record (Hackensack, N.J.), The

Lawmakers in New Jersey are considering legislation that would make lessons on the proper use of social media mandatory for students in middle school. Under the legislation, passed by the Assembly this week, students also would learn about cybersecurity and the prevention of cyberbullying.

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