Lodi Unified School District’s social networking policy has drawn criticism this week from some who believe it infringes on First Amendment rights. Under the policy, students can be suspended from an athletic team or club activity for online bullying or making inappropriate comments about students and staff. Upon multiple offenses, they can be suspended for the entire season.
In response to concerns raised at this week’s school board meeting, two trustees, Bonnie Cassel and George Neely, asked concerned students to help them clarify the policy.
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