Principal: Teach consequences of social media posts

Principal: Teach consequences of social media posts
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Schools should work to help students understand proper online conduct, writes Michael Gaskell, principal at Hammarskjold Middle School in East Brunswick, N.J. In this blog post, Gaskell offers strategies to help educate students about good social media behavior and how bad behavior might affect their future, including college applications and jobs.

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