Should Teachers Be Disciplined For Online Lives?

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Jonathan Turley, professor, George Washington University
Elizabeth Meyer, assistant professor, California Polytechnic State University

Several teachers have been disciplined, and even fired, for their online activities. A Philadelphia teacher was suspended after posting that students acted like "rude, disengaged, lazy whiners." And a Georgia teacher was forced to resign over a Facebook photo that showed her drinking alcohol.

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