It's unclear if policing youngsters for stupid online comments helps the local discourse or changes hearts and minds.
However . . . Adults tracking the comments of youngsters is now a mainstream news trend and possibly a sign that Internets culture is soon to change and become more restrictive for EVERYONE.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A private Catholic school in Johnson County, Kansas, said it is investigating a racist poster made last week. St. James Academy Principal Shane Rapp told KSHB 41 News on Monday that the school notified its parents about the investigation around noon Saturday.
Facebook is tabling " Instagram Kids" for now - but at the same time, Adam Mosseri, head of Instagram, says that launching an app for kids under 13 is still "the right thing to do." News of the Instagram Kids project came earlier this year, and it was swiftly bashed from several quarters.
OLATHE, KS (KCTV) -- The Olathe chapter of the NAACP plans to ask for a meeting with Johnson County school superintendents after a photo surfaced over the weekend of two students posing with a racist sign.