Sexting teacher photos
The teacher, Lauren Miranda, 25, said she had never sent a picture like that to a student, and a teachers union representative who had seen the photograph said it was unclear if it was her. What happened next speaks to the debate over workplace rights and gender equality, as well as growing concerns about digital privacy in the era of sexting.
I have been thinking a lot recently about formal photos related to sexting that all teacher schools and high schools should have enacted by now. However, I am finding that many districts have not yet detailed in their discipline codes exactly what it is, how it will be investigated, who will be involved, and what will happen to those who participate. This is unfortunate because experience shows us that when formal policies and procedures have not kept pace with the rapid changes of technology and their use by kids and teens, school administrators struggle when attempting to correct wrongful behavior. We have to make sure that clear guidance and direction is available when a sexting case comes to the attention of school administrators. Moreover, in order to ensure compliance with response protocols and to avoid legal pitfalls, administrators have to be proactive. They must specifically review and improve current policies and procedures before a situation arises, develop Sexting policies in concert with technology specialists and law enforcement agencies, and communicate such policies to educators, staff, and students at their school.
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