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Mar 01, 15

The Common Core has become a flashpoint at the nexus of education politics and policy, fueled by ardent social media activists. To explore this phenomenon, this innovative and interactive website examines the Common Core debate through the lens of the influential social media site Twitter. Using a social network perspective that examines the relationships among actors, we focus on the most highly used Twitter hashtag about the Common Core: #commoncore. The central question of our investigation is: How are social media-enabled social networks changing the discourse in American politics that produces and sustains social policy?

Jan 25, 15

From the Washington Post - An Illinois bill allowing schools to ask for social media passwords from students has led to at least one district notifying parents of the policy.

May 20, 14

Via Kristen Wideen - Great examples of the value in utilizing social media in the classroom

May 15, 14

some helpful resources emerging for administrators and edleaders who want to do this and do it right.

May 14, 14

From the New York Times - For Some Social-Media Users, an Anxiety From Approval Seeking

Apr 23, 14

A good look at how one school successfully uses Facebook to connect and spread its message.

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