Should there be limits to what teachers can say online?

11/16/2010 | WTSP-TV (Tampa, Fla.)

A teachers union has sued Florida's Manatee School District over a proposed social-media policy that would prohibit teachers from posting anything online that might portray the district in a "bad light." The union says the draft policy is unconstitutional because it infringes on teachers' right to free speech. "Public employees have the same right as any taxpayer to express their feelings about the school district as an entity," said the president of the Manatee Education Association.

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