When the father of a student at Woodlawn Elementary School recently found a series of text messages in his stepson's cell phone, he assumed they were the routine banter of fifth-graders. Then he realized the messages appeared to have been sent not by a 10-year-old but by a teacher at the school, reports the San Antonio Express-News. "U suck," read one message, reportedly sent from the 34-year-old woman's cell phone. "So do you," the boy shot back. Until recently, students didn't hear much from their teachers after the last bell rang. But in the days of YouTube, Facebook, and instant...

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