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The Digital Buzz: Using Twitter to Shape Your School Culture

In this week's Digital Buzz, we explore how to leverage social media, specifically Twitter, to amplify your school's voice. Today we are joined by Jason Markey, principal of East Leyden High School, and two of his amazing students, Ariana and Kristina. Together, they share the story of how their school created their own Twitter "brand" - a hashtag and a Twitter handle... both run by students! Watch the interview below and follow both #LeydenPride and @LeydenPride to see how student voices can shape your positive school culture!

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