reports that a Vero Beach High School teacher may lose his school web privileges for a month because he posted political opinions online during school hours. Social studies instructor Jason Keeler posted opinions on about a letter to the editor about School Board Vice Chairman Craig McGarvey, who is currently seeking re-election. Because of the timestamp on his posts, officials were able to determine that Keeler was posting online rather than spending school time with students. School Superintendent Pat Pritchett has recommended that Keeler lose his web privileges for 30 days......

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