The Code of Alabama prohibits any public school employee from using any school property or school time for political activities.
What does that mean?
Does it mean a public school teacher cannot have a political discussion with another teacher in the school cafeteria during the lunch hour? Does it mean a public school teacher cannot use his or her smartphone during the school day to get information about a political event? Does it mean that a public school teacher cannot go into the school library and read the editorial page of a newspaper concerning a candidate for public office? Does it mean a teacher cannot use a school computer to read the editorial online?
What if a political email gets into the teacher's school email inbox? Can the teacher read the email?
If you are a public school teacher, you may want to read this link related to the foregoing.