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Scituate eyes teachers' use of networking websites

MySpace-type activity targeted

Daniel Greening (standing), a manager of technology at the South Boston Education Complex, worked last week with students in the computer lab. Daniel Greening (standing), a manager of technology at the South Boston Education Complex, worked last week with students in the computer lab. (SUZANNE KREITER/GLOBE STAFF)
By April Simpson
Globe Staff / April 16, 2007

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School officials in Scituate are proposing to direct teachers and staff about appropriate use of social-networking sites such as Facebook and MySpace, raising questions about whether school systems should interfere with employees' personal activities. (Full article: 867 words)

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