The Negative Effects Of Social Media In Schools

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"Terrorism has been a big problem in the modern day. There are not many things people can do to stop it but the federal government can try to prevent by watching emails and social media where it’s needed, the same is true with States and schools. This will not only help prevent terrorism but help schools stop bullying and stop pedophiles from lurking behind a phone or computer screen. There have been cases where an American would get caught talking to a terrorists, as well as kids bullying each other or kids talking to a grown man or woman. These are only a few reasons social media should be monitored by federal, state, and local authority.

When it comes to dealing with terrorism, we cannot do much but let the federal government just keep an eye on social media can help stop it before it gets out of hand. Letting them do this will also help them find wanted criminals, those who are charged with crimes and ran. It helps the government keep tabs on what is trending
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Seeing social media is not uncommon, schools use social media to get the word out about school announcements, sports, and school events. With social media being in schools comes problems such as bullying, underage drinking, and drug abuse. These bring only a few problems of having social media. Bullying has had a very negative impact on schools, kids drop out or even consider committing suicide. Rebecca Sedwick, 12, from Florida, Lakeland Committed suicide due to multiple bullies, they had sent taunting text messages. “Before jumping to her death in September, Rebecca was repeatedly bullied on-and-offline.” Says Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd. Schools watching students social media will help not only with bullies but underage drinking and drug abuse. Let’s help get kids back on track to graduate. If schools better monitored online student activity they could prevent bullies for getting out of hand and save

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