Updated School District Policy on Speech
As many teachers hope to keep their jobs, Alachua county school employees will work under a new policy on what they can or cannot say in school. A new rule that some call "censorship." The school board in a, 3-2 vote, approved a new policy Tuesday evening that attempts to clarify what they can say in relation to the district.
To see what that rule requires, watch a full report on the right side of this page.
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