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Establishing a digital divide

November 21, 2012

PLYMOUTH — As technology is used more and more in a school setting, lines between what’s appropriate and what’s not in student/teacher relationships can seem blurred. And while schools can monitor what happens on school-owned devices or on the school’s Internet network, text messages exchanged between students or teachers can be harder to track. Plymouth Community School Corporation Assistant Superintendent Dan Funston said that PCSC has an “Acceptable Use Policy” outlining what their teachers can and can’t do when it comes to technology.

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