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Are teachers' blogs and their private lives any of our business?


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Pizana27 May 21, 2013

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I really dont care what they do with there lifes out of school..as long as they dont come to class trying take out there bad mood from any personal issues.


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Dos4989 January 13, 2013

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Absolutely. A teacher shoud be intelligent enough to realize public scrutiny of websites reflect back on them.


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the73phoenix January 9, 2013

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No. Put yourself in thier shoes. Wouldn't you want privacy outside of the school?


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silvermisty1 December 16, 2012

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Nope. Unless they are doing something that effects the classroom and or child endangerment, who cares?


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Azlwendy December 15, 2012

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No. Teachers need to have a life outside of school and children's lives. We forget they are human sometimes! As long as they are not doing something disgusting/illegal, then it is none of my business.


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McCMeg December 15, 2012

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Absolutely. Each day we send our kids to school we are trusting our teachers with a great deal. They HAVE to be upstanding people! With all of the terrible things going on in the world today, I feel that parents have a right to know EVERYTHING.


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tonystrouble December 6, 2012

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two me I DO NOT THINK SO


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Shonen November 26, 2012

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Yes to blogs, yes to private lives to the extent that they make them public.

"Blog" is shortenend from "Weblog", "Web" is shortened from "World Wide Web" pretty self-explanatory when you break it down.


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conservativema November 4, 2012

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Absolutely. The www is not private; it's an endless database of public information obtained by virtually anyone/anywhere. Including the students for whom teachers are to be examples. Once your life/character is posted, it's no longer private.


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BaltMDmom October 30, 2012

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The internet is a public forum. Typing a blog is similar to having a newletter (even if its limited distribution). It is not personal. Insofar as a teacher's personal life goes, it is not our business.




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