With technology evolving as fast as a teen's thumbs can move over a cell phone, teachers are seeking to strike a balance on what's considered appropriate contact in the online world, reports the Tennessean. Teacher Laura Joy Perales counts about 100 students among her friends on Facebook. An English instructor at the Nashville School of the Arts, she thinks hard before posting on the popular social-networking site and closely monitors comments from everyone else. "It's beneficial," Perales said. "Students can access the day's class if they miss it. They don't have to fall behind. I'll be able to post on...

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