High school kid arrested for uploading videos to YouTube. On his own time.


A spokeswoman for the Durham District School Board refused to discuss the case, citing confidentiality laws, but obliquely explained the school’s actions: “If something is considered detrimental to the positive moral tone of the school, it doesn’t necessarily have to happen inside the school [for us to get involved].”

via theglobeandmail.com

Dunno ’bout you but I’d be most interested in discussing this with an actual high school teacher on #dys137 — recording live next Wednesday, June 8th right here, if you didn’t know…


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