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Twice this month, students at Walt Whitman High School in Bethesda, Md., have used their fists to settle disputes that arose on Facebook, reports the Washington Post. So Principal Alan Goodwin took the unusual step of asking parents to monitor their children's postings on the social-networking site. He did this in a posting to the school's eMail list, which is a forum as addictive to some Whitman parents as Facebook has become to their children. "I am becoming increasingly frustrated by negative incidents at school that arise from students harassing other students on Facebook," Goodwin wrote April 18. Teens are
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