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Court: No First Amendment Right For Teacher to Trash Students Online
Posted on 29 Jul 2014 by Eric Meyer

Welcome to The Employer Handbook. Extending the fifteen minutes of fame of a trash-talking blogger/teacher by a 300 word blog post. Dudes, do you remember Natalie Munroe? She's the teacher who enjoyed a cup of coffee in the spotlight a few... Read More

Students, Teachers, and Social Media
Posted on 2 Oct 2012 by Margaret (Molly) DiBianca

Delaware was the first State to legislate the privacy of students' social-media passwords. California's legislature was the first and, so far, the only State to pass a bill that protects students' and employees' social-networking passwords... Read More

  • Blog Post: Students, Teachers, and Social Media

    Delaware was the first State to legislate the privacy of students' social-media passwords. California's legislature was the first and, so far, the only State to pass a bill that protects students' and employees' social-networking passwords . That bill is awaiting the signature of California's...
  • Blog Post: Court: No First Amendment Right For Teacher to Trash Students Online

    Welcome to The Employer Handbook. Extending the fifteen minutes of fame of a trash-talking blogger/teacher by a 300 word blog post. Dudes, do you remember Natalie Munroe? She's the teacher who enjoyed a cup of coffee in the spotlight a few years ago after getting suspended for bashing her...