Can You Stop Teachers From “Dissing” Families, Children, Peers or Your School Online?
Holly Elissa Bruno with Tom Copeland, Deb Kimble, Justin Baeder
|Technology and access to social media networking sites are raising new communication issues for educators. In this segment we explore the limits of free speech in early childhood educational settings and offer leaders a sense of where individual rights and organizational rights begin.|
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May 8, 2009 Leadership Strategies
Tom Copeland is the nation’s leading expert on the business of family child care. He is an independent consultant, trainer, author and family child care advocate. Deb Kimble is the Early Childhood Education Center, Executive Director and instructor for Clark State Community College. Justin Baeder is a public school principal in Seattle, Washington. He writes Leader Talk at Education Week and writes a blog called On Performance.
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