More than a month after students, parents and free speech organizations protested a Lodi, Calif., school district’s social media contract, the district’s board of trustees unanimously agreed on a reworked policy.
A school district scrutinized for asking students to sign a social media contract or forfeit participation in extracurricular activities is now considering three altered versions of what it's calling social networking guidelines.
After appeals from students, parents and free speech organizations, a California school district says it will revise its social media contract.
Students who spoke against their district’s controversial social media policy last night said some school board members were open to discussing changes, but the policy remains in effect.
Dozens of students at a California high school are protesting a new social media contract that would ban a wide array of speech and behavior, including anything deemed “inappropriate” by school administrators.