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Highlights
  • Districts find unique ways to blend social media into teaching.
  • But is it enough? Probably not, say several K-12 technologists. Districts continue to wrangle with how to protect students while expanding use.
  • For professional development and staff networking, however, social media proves a no-brainer.

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