begrudgingly decided to give Twitter a try to improve communications with my stakeholders
Change became a collaborative and collective process that resulted in a school more focused on learning and one that worked better for kids than adults.
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Social media is now being embraced by even the hardiest traditionalist as perhaps the best way to get messages to the masses and individuals. First seen as somewhat of a fad, Facebook is now the most used search engine on the web and even figures like Barack Obama and The Queen have a page.
Bullying is a worry for any student and indeed their parents but research has shown that pupils are far more likely to be bullied on the school bus than they are on any social media site.
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