Snapchat and disappearing-message apps vex schools
from Education Week
Schools are facing growing challenges from so-called "ephemeral messaging" apps, which allow users to send mobile-to-mobile content that disappears without a record after it has been read by the intended recipient. Take Snapchat, which a growing number of teachers cite as a cause of classroom disruption. Some districts are moving to block student access to the popular app, which now claims more than 100 million users worldwide. And even more vexing may be the use of such new technologies by school administrators.
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