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An anonymous Snapchat user solicited nude photos from middle school students in Montgomery County, sparking discussion among parents and school officials about teaching social media savvy to kids. Kojo considers the issues with a Montgomery County Public Schools parent and a digital education expert.
- Barbara Huth Regional Education Manager, Common Sense Education
- Gillian Huebner School Climate and Safety Subcommittee Chair, Montgomery County Council of Parent Teacher Associations (MCCPTA)
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This week, Montgomery County parents learned that an anonymous Snapchat user was soliciting and circulating nude photos of children who attend the county's public school system. Officials explained that the nude photos were taken on Snapchat by or with the permission of the children in the photos.
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