The Press-Register reports that the policy would urge teachers and other school employees to keep their personal and professional lives separate.
Teachers would be allowed to create work profiles, such as a class page on Facebook.
They could interact with students on that page as long as all content remains public.
Or, the policy suggests, teachers could limit online interaction with students to the school system's e-mail and Web portal.
The school board plans to hold public hearings on the new Internet policy before voting on it, possibly at its March 23 meeting.
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