While kids are under school supervision
, I can totally understand them monitoring
what your children are doing
If a child writes a Tweet from home
, I can't see ANY way
that the school
could even THINK about expelling
that child. But, it happened!
Austin Carroll is a senior at an Indiana high school who got expelled
(just before his graduation) for this (edited) Tweet:
"F*** is one of those F****** words you can F****** put anywhere in a F****** sentence and it still F****** makes sense."
Granted, not the most mature
of Tweets that he could have posted, but that seems like the parent's area
to deal with. Parents or school
- who do you think
should be in charge in this situation?