If she had posted a nudity pic of a student, then perhaps. If some employer or anyone I do not expressly wish to have looking at my facebook posts demands to view it against my wishes they should have to acquire a court-order to do so, including the damn government. This is why I have all my co-workers in a separate list with different access rights to my FaceBook posts. I think the teacher has a right to post whatever she wants on her facebook and its none of the employers business She needs to be sure that: I agree with you. You go girl… You win!!!!
That has led many to assume that the teacher, who is married and has young children, was having an affair and that the other person provided the images to the TheDirty.
Teacher loses job after student takes her phone, shares nude
When you sign up with FB you agree to not give out the password to your account, doing so is a violation of FB policy. At no point should an employer ever be allowed to request an employee's password, and even if they do, the employee should feel perfectly free to not divulge that password, lest Facebook find out and thus cancel that user's account. It seems to be that there are really high moral requirements towards edu-workers as if they are supposed to be more like saints than common rational people. Then I read the article and dam near fell out laughing. My FB page is no more my employers business than the cleanliness of my house.