Nov 17, 2022, 12:17 PM
(From K12 Dive) For more than a decade, schools and educators have used Twitter to connect, promote their programs and keep their communities informed. But in the weeks since Elon Musk's takeover of the Twitter, schools are expressing concerns over content moderation and a rise in hate speech on the platform. Mellissa Braham, associate director of the National School Public Relations Association, says that school leaders need to reflect on their local education priorities and goals regarding family and community engagement before deciding to leave Twitter. Then, they should use data to determine which tools best meet those needs, she said.
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