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MEDIA: Education Organizations And Twitter

2511539541_b8c1-thumb The Associated Press and the British government have already put out rules and guidelines for employee use of Twitter, hoping to engage employees in productive uses of Twitter while warning them against mistakes and goofs that could embarrass everyone. New York Times, too.  What about state education departments, local agencies, and nonprofit organizations?  What about classroom teachers and school-based staff in general?  Free to Tweet, or banned entirely, or something in between?  Dare I even ask, what's the USDE's Twitter policy? Is anyone besides Duncan allowed to get in on all the fun?

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