A new executive order in New Hampshire signed by Gov. Chris Sununu targets social media use among kids. The findings will eventually be implemented in schools across the state. The executive order does several things. It calls on the attorney general to investigate the possible harmful effects of social media and ultimately, it will create a curriculum to teach about those effects to students in the classroom. New Hampshire is taking a closer look at online behavior. The investigation will focus on what negative impacts social media has on young people. But the experts say it’s important to remember that social media– and technology in general– is not all bad. The Attorney General’s Office in New Hampshire is seeking input from the public as part of its investigation and the experts say, like many things in life, social media use ultimately comes down to moderation.
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