Lawmakers in Arizona look to put controls on teachers’ speech
By staff and wire services reports
February 20th, 2012
In a story in Sunday's Arizona Republic, Alia Beard Rau described efforts by lawmakers to pass a law that would limit teachers' words in their classrooms. The story was reprinted in USA Today. A group of legislators is trying to pass a law that would make teachers abide by FCC rules regarding profanity, says Brad Boeker for Yahoo! News. Really? This is such a problem in Arizona schools that elected officials in Phoenix need to use their valuable time shutting down all of the potty-mouthed teachers? Are students from Yuma to Flagstaff running home every day and telling mom...
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