By high school, the rules change. As an educational consultant, I lead workshops on digital media at schools around the country, giving me an unusual glimpse into the hidden world of middle and high school students. While parents sometimes impose rules for using social media on their kids, the most important rules are those that children create for themselves. Girls want to be sexy, but not too sexy. In one focus group I held recently with seventh-grade girls in an affluent suburb, all the girls were avid Instagram and Snapchat users. It was clear that they understood the dynamic of presenting a persona through the images they posted. Aware of their privileged socioeconomic status, they talked about how it would not be O. They used an example of a classmate who had violated this rule. Like many unspoken social rules, this one became vivid to these girls upon its violation. As part of a school project, the girl had displayed pictures from a vacation at a foreign resort.
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Print article. Thirteen-year-old Hope Witsell liked a boy and wanted him to notice her. Sexting may seem like old-fashioned flirting in a high-tech guise, but as Hope discovered, it can produce results far more dangerous than batting eyelashes ever did. Later, when the administration got involved, the photo became grounds for her suspension. Last September she hanged herself. Hope was the second teen to commit suicide after a sexting incident. Sexting has also fueled a new source of juvenile crime.
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By Stephanie Linning for MailOnline. From skipping class to pulling pranks, there is plenty of mischief to be had at school. But while some might rather forget their rule-breaking, others look back with fondness on the tearaway antics of their youth. Dozens of parents took to Mumsnet to compare notes on the naughtiest thing they ever did at school - and some got themselves in a lot of trouble indeed. Naughty secrets: Parents revealed the most mischievous things they ever did at school. The revealing thread was started by a user who wrote: 'I remember I wrote the parody version of what if God was one of us on my personal folder. The teacher was disgusted and I was nearly suspended over it. I was in detention for a week.
By Matt Blake. There is a group of youngsters who behave in very difficult and violent ways and who need much more help and support, according to Charlie Taylor. He indicated that there may be have been a rise in these types of pupils, many of whom display very bad behaviour from an early age. Unable to mix: Charlie Taylor said there is a group of youngsters who are simply too naughty to fit into everyday school life picture posed by model. Giving evidence to the Commons education select committee this morning, Mr Taylor - former headteacher of The Willows, a special school in west London for children with behavioural, emotional and social difficulties - said that while behaviour in general is improving, there remains a groups of children that persistently behave poorly. He was asked by Neil Carmichael, Conservative MP for Stroud, why it was that increasing numbers of pupils are suspended from school for abuse or assault and, at the same time, Ofsted rates almost four-fifths of schools as good for behaviour. Worrying: Mr Taylor said there may be have been a rise in these types of pupils, many of whom display very bad behaviour from an early age. Mr Taylor replied that the numbers of schools rated as good has fallen from around 87 per cent as the bar has been raised on standards of behaviour.