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When Young Teachers Go Wild on the Web
Public Profiles Raise Questions of Propriety and Privacy
By Ian Shapira
Washington Post Staff Writer
Monday, April 28, 2008
It's almost like Googling someone: Log on to Facebook. Join the Washington, D.C., network. Search the Web site for your favorite school system. And then watch the public profiles of 20-something teachers unfurl like gift wrap on the screen, revealing a sense of humor that can be overtly sarcastic or unintentionally unprofessional -- or both.
Asked about the page, Espinosa said: "I never thought about parents and kids [seeing it] before. That's all I'm going to say."