SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. - Seminole County school leaders are set to vote Tuesday night on a new social media policy.
The new policy will limit what contact teachers can have with students on sites like Facebook.
The goal is to prevent improper relationships from developing.
If approved, if a teacher has any communication with a student that comes across as romantic, the teacher will be immediately disciplined, and possibly fired.
Seminole Co. to vote on student, teacher social media policy
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