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When he informs her that he is a teacher, she makes him repeat that for the enjoyment of the entire 911 center.

Any teacher who requires students to join a social network should send home clear guidelines on how students should use it.

I think best practice is to friend only FORMER teachers.

I understand the conflict of interest that might ensue because of the power differential between a teacher and student.

However, I friended many former teachers from high school and middle school since I graduated and it is a great way to stay in touch and show those teachers what a big impact they made on you.

Variety called it "Welcome to the Blackboard Jungle" or "Goodbye, Mr.

Cube."While the teachers' unions and others have decried this genre, "Fist Fight" is probably one more raunchy school movie that will pass through theaters quickly." moment between Campbell and Strickland in the school yard.The movie lives up to its title and gives us an epic (if somewhat cartoonish) fist fight between the two.Unless, that is, someone comes up with the idea of turning it into a TV show, like the short-lived TV version of "Bad Teacher" and similar shows. Some have strict rules about teachers and students being Facebook friends on a teacher's personal page (and we've heard from many teachers who frown upon the practice.) But if the teacher creates a class-wide Facebook page or dedicated Facebook group, then he or she most likely is using it as a teaching tool.Or at least to Strickland's challenge of Campbell to a fight outside school at the end of the day, as if they were a couple of 6th graders in the pre-zero tolerance days. Word of the impending fight quickly spreads, not just among the social media-addicted students, but also with an unsympathetic 911 operator (Kym Whitley), who assumes at first that Campbell is a student worried about a fight.


  1. You can talk and chat with strangers in USA, UK, Asia, Australia and the whole world.

  2. There were lots of questions about religion and family too.

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