Wisconsin’s state Assembly has passed a bill that would make watching pornography at work reason to revoke an educator’s license, the Huffington Post reports. The bill passed through the state Senate last month, and fortifies a current policy that has permitted teachers watching pornography on school district computers to relocate and teach at another school district without having the reason publicized, the Sheboygan Press reports. Currently, a law exists that permits license revocation for incompetency or immoral conduct, defined as behavior that endangers the health, safety, welfare or education of a student…

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