Okay, she gave Facebook permission. She didn’t give permission to the school. The whole point here is appropriate TEACHING methods. I get the message they were trying to send: be careful about what you do online, because anyone can find anything. Fine. Whatever. But any teacher who isn’t an idiot knows that you DO NOT single out an individual student without his or her permission, for better or worse. For example, I teach English at a community college. When students are writing papers, I provide samples—both good and bad. But I make those samples anonymous and I get the writers’ permission to use them in advance. I would NEVER use a student’s essay in class, identify the student, and then point out the problems in the essay, thus embarrassing the student. Why? Because that’s called being a GOOD TEACHER and knowing how to manage your classroom and students.