Students Suspended After Revealing Photo Of Teacher Pops Up On School iPad [UPDATED]

Students who use iPads in the classroom score higher on literacy tests and tend to be more excited about learning. But there are some dangers, as four boys at a middle school in Anderson, Ind. have learned. They clicked a button, reports WRTV in Indianapolis, and claimed a partially topless photo of their teacher popped up on screen. The boys have been suspended as a result.

[UPDATE: This story was updated at 1:15 p.m. EDT on Oct. 19, with new reports from the Anderson police department and Anderson community schools.]

On Thursday, Charles Rubright, legal counsel for Anderson Community Schools, released a statement saying the photo was not pornographic, and did not depict a nude or topless woman, reports a local newspaper, The Herald Bulletin. In a separate statement, Anderson Police Detective Joel Sandefur said the image was not of a topless woman, but a person "from the neck down, with partial exposure."