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Twitter gaining acceptance as a classroom tool

Twitter gaining acceptance as classroom tool, enabling discussions between far-flung students

Some school officials try to prevent students from tweeting in class. But others are embracing social media as a learning tool, saying sites like Twitter can expand discussions beyond a classroom's four walls.

Twitter gaining acceptance as a classroom tool

Twitter gaining acceptance as classroom tool, enabling discussions between far-flung students

Some school officials try to prevent students from tweeting in class. But others are embracing social media as a learning tool, saying sites like Twitter can expand discussions beyond a classroom's four walls.

Twitter gaining acceptance as a classroom tool

Twitter gaining acceptance as classroom tool, enabling discussions between far-flung students

Some school officials try to prevent students from tweeting in class. But others are embracing social media as a learning tool, saying sites like Twitter can expand discussions beyond a classroom's four walls.

Twitter gaining acceptance as a classroom tool

Twitter gaining acceptance as classroom tool, enabling discussions between far-flung students

Some school officials try to prevent students from tweeting in class. But others are embracing social media as a learning tool, saying sites like Twitter can expand discussions beyond a classroom's four walls.

Twitter gaining acceptance as a classroom tool

Twitter gaining acceptance as classroom tool, enabling discussions between far-flung students

Some school officials try to prevent students from tweeting in class. But others are embracing social media as a learning tool, saying sites like Twitter can expand discussions beyond a classroom's four walls.

Twitter gaining acceptance as a classroom tool

Twitter gaining acceptance as classroom tool, enabling discussions between far-flung students

Some school officials try to prevent students from tweeting in class. But others are embracing social media as a learning tool, saying sites like Twitter can expand discussions beyond a classroom's four walls.

Districts that require personal financial literacy course surveyed

44 percent of school district require PFL course to graduate, according to the survey

A survey released last week by the Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions says 44 percent of all Wisconsin school districts require a course in personal financial literacy in order to graduate from high school, according to a release.