Should students be allowed to use text speech, emojis in school?

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HOUSTON — The digital age is here, and so is it's language! An Indiana researcher believes we should embrace this lingo filled with emojis, acronyms and shorthand— even in the classroom— as a means of helping teen become more interested in literacy.

Should students be allowed to use text speech and emojis in school essays and other assignments?

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