Twitter becomes a mainstream tool in Ohio district

07/3/2013 | Hudson Hub-Times (Ohio)

In the Hudson, Ohio, school district, teachers and administrators are more regularly using the microblogging tool Twitter to communicate with students, parents and colleagues, and complete professional development. High-school social studies teacher Nick Chiorian uses Twitter as a classroom tool. "So for me, instead of hoping the kids go to my website to see an assignment I posted or an announcement I put up at the last minute, with Facebook and Twitter, I can now get the information to them," he said.

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