Only 35 percent of the educators, administrators, and school board members who registered for the National School Boards Association's annual Technology + Learning (T+L) Conference and responded to an eMail survey given before the event was held in Dallas earlier this month said their districts had policies to address the use of social-networking sites by their students. Fifty percent of respondents said their districts had no such policies, and 15 percent weren't sure.

The survey's findings suggest a degree of confusion on the topic that was reflected in forums held during the T+L Conference itself and in a


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