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Posted January 28, 2014

Social Media Task Force Hits The Ground Running

APS committee charged with crafting social media and networking guidelines for students and employees.

Last fall, APS sought applicants for its new social media task force which is now comprised of more than 20 members representing a diverse group of stakeholders. In addition to district administrators, the task force is made up of parents, teachers, school counselors, principals and a student. The goal is to make sure all groups that potentially are impacted by social media are represented.

The task force is considering two policies, one for students and one for employees. It is reviewing existing APS policies as well as those of other school districts and businesses.

Once the task force drafts the policies, it will seek public input before taking its recommendations to the Board of Education for review and final approval.

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