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Teachers Blame Social Networking For Poor Student Performance

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Teachers Blame Social Networking For Poor Student Performance

It’s official — teachers hate Facebook.

Or they at least hate what they believe it’s doing to students. A recent report says that seven out of 10 teachers blame social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter for “plummeting pupil standards." Not only that, but half of teachers surveyed said that students can’t write well with a pen due to touch pads and keyboards. They feel that homework and concentration suffer when students spend too much time on social networking sites.

Yikes! We hope these teachers’ hunches aren’t true!

[Image via AP Images.]

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