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


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CarolynThomas October 28, 2012

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When teachers or anyone blogs on an open forum they are inviting others INTO their business.


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AZAguirre11 October 28, 2012

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No, when I clock out, my personal life begins. However, when a person decides to teach others, his or her's integrity, character and morals continue to play an important role on or off the job until they retire.


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cowgirlmom October 22, 2012

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If they are blogging as a professional/teacher, then it IS the public's business. Otherwise No.


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karidenise October 21, 2012

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No, teachers should be able to have an identity that they choose. As long as it does not conflict with their classroom behavior, their out-of-class individuality should not be stifled. Parents who do not have an open mind should learn to evolve.


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JackNMom October 3, 2012

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Teachers you need to remember that you are role models and you set standards of behavior for our children, just as parents do (and other influential adults in their lives). Refusing to accept this simple fact is irresponsible.


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franfranfarese September 13, 2012

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Teachers private lives aren't any of our business. If they so choose to make them public then thats another matter.


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surfcitybabe August 26, 2012

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Jaden6-Are your expectations for yourself the same as for your children? Teachers are adults, they are not to be held accountable to the same standards as children. Teachers need to be professionals but they are also entitled to have fun.


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surfcitybabe August 26, 2012

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Parents, remember that YOUR decisions and actions are going to affect the students far more than anything a teacher could ever say or do. Raysfan68-did you have psychological screening before becoming a parent?


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rizzowned August 21, 2012

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Blogs yes, private lives no, unless they choose to make hem public.


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kjeastcreek August 16, 2012

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Well I don't want a criminal teaching so their private lives should matter. If they were smart, they would not blog all the stupid things they do. If they do and prove their incompetence, then they should not be teaching.




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