New discussions focus on how school leaders conduct themselves on social media
A Georgia Education Department leader was fired recently for implying on Facebook that students in his state can't perform as well as their peers in Finland because of their skin color. Incidents like this across the country have sparked a conversation about how education leaders should conduct themselves on social media.
"Social media has just brought to the forefront what people were able to keep secret in their homes until now," said Todd Nesloney, principal at Webb Elementary in Navasota, Texas.
Words on social media expose who people really are, for...