An attorney for a suspended Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools teacher says she never intended for the public to view negative comments she made about students on Facebook. But the case is now part of a national debate that pits teachers' rights to free expression against how communities expect them to behave, reports the Charlotte Observer. "This is a new frontier in education, where technological and social norms are outpacing law and policy,"
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