Social media is not the only source of stress for schools, and there are still many of them around the country, experts say.
But it is a big source of worry.
The rise of social media and other online tools has been a challenge for many public schools, especially for schools that do not have high tech.
This year, some of those districts have seen a sharp rise in school closures.
“We’re not just dealing with a crisis in schools, but a crisis of all of our social networks,” said David Smith, president of the Association of Public and Parochial Schools, an education advocacy group.
“And so schools are being forced to think more about how they manage these networks and whether they’re going to have to cut back on certain activities,” Smith said.
In many cases, schools are using social media to teach.
The Associated Press reports that teachers are having to share videos and pictures on social media as a way to make sure their students are on track.
But some schools are getting creative with their strategies, too.
Last week, for example, a teacher in San Francisco had to close his classroom to make way for the construction of a new school.
Some districts have even banned certain types of social networking on their campuses, such as Facebook and Twitter.
But Smith said that even with all the social media restrictions, many schools are still working hard to keep students engaged and engaged with their community.
In an interview with CBS News, he said some schools have taken steps to create an educational experience that includes activities for students to engage with teachers, and to provide them with support, even in the midst of a crisis.
Teachers, he noted, often have to teach in a classroom, and students are often the ones who need it.
Smith said he thinks schools are taking advantage of the opportunities they have in terms of technology.
And, he added, some teachers have been using technology to help students connect with other students.
So while social media is an issue that needs to be dealt with, he hopes it will be an opportunity for schools to take advantage of this new tool to make it a better environment.