A recent study of massive open online courses, known as "MOOCs," found that only about 4 percent of the million users tracked actually completed their courses. Earlier this year, San Jose State suspended its online courses after poor results, including one math class where fewer than a quarter of the students got a passing grade. We discuss the future of online classes.
Taking selfies at funerals. Tagging pictures of teens drinking alcohol at parties. Kids, and adults for that matter, post a lot of dumb stuff on the Internet. Most of it is chatter -- but some of it leads to tragic consequences, like someone getting beaten up or even committing suicide. But is it the job of schools to teach kids the do's and don'ts of social media?