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


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afcmsvo07 August 25, 2011

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No! However, it is our business if their personal lives start to affect our children, in which we entrust.


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Bigred24 August 23, 2011

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No it does not matter its their time off and parents have time off so why would it matter


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blacknwhite August 21, 2011

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They need to be discreet.
As a paraprofessional, have known many good, moral teachers and also many base and profane ones.
Don't broadcast your business good or bad.


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AnnieBabie August 17, 2011

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As long as teachers exibit professional behavior while at work, then what they do & how they live their lives is no one's business! Those who feel differently need to remember their own skeletons/closets & decide if they would want anyone peeping in!


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AnnieBabie August 17, 2011

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As long as teachers exibit professional behavior while at work, then what they do & how they live their lives is no one's business! Those who feel differently need to remember their own skeletons/closets & decide if they would want anyone peeping in!


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Debbie_T August 13, 2011

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If their blogs aren't private, it's fair game for any parent to read. If I were a teacher, I would limit who could see my blog or at the very least have both a personal & a work blog. Unless it's illegal, what they do in private is not my business.


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greenhouse9 August 9, 2011

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We are foolish to believe that the character of those who influence our children more hours of the day than we do doesn't matter. Their blogs and private lives reflect their character and my children's primary influences are absolutely my business.


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kbart820 August 2, 2011

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No. They need their privacy-but just hope since they are a teacher, they know the consequences for being inappropriate and will usse it with integrity.


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andi41 August 1, 2011

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I agree, unless it will have an impact on the students they teach, their personal problems do not not have to be advertised.


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jennyayala28 July 28, 2011

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No it is not any of our business, unless it is something that will affect our children in a negative way!! But they should leave their personal lives at the door before they walk into the classroom:)




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