Access to diverse online communities open floodgates of experience, information, and data and allows students to develop more personal, political, and cultural outlooks. Children without access to libraries or experts can be as knowledgeable as those who have access to every educational resource. Teenagers have more access to politics, religion, racism, sexism, and other cultural biases. It requires the students to think critically. Moreover, students that cannot attend classes can use social media as a medium to catch up on the day’s lesson. So when the students embrace the social media and the internet for educational purposes, all will benefit. Not only this but, social media can help boost confidence because, students who are shy, can express their feelings and thoughts through social media.