Spotty Youths

NJ Bill Would Force Middle Schoolers to Learn About Tweeting

She's pulling in a mill as we speak. (Photo via Getty)

The New Jersey Senate has passed a bill mandating a course on responsible social media use for sixth-through-eighth graders, because adults are always so good at teaching young people about tech.

It won’t just cover Twitter and Facebook — and hopefully the proper techniques for finger-scribbling all over a Snapchat photo. In addition, kids taking the class will learn about “cyber safety, cyber security, and cyber ethics,” according to NJ.com. Read More