Tag Archives: student speech week

If you don’t see something, say something.

Recently NCAC was contacted by a high school student who was having difficulty accessing particular LGBT websites from his school. Upon further investigation this student uncovered the likely culprit- an internet filtering policy that includes the blocking of “Sites that … Continue reading

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College sophomore introduces bill to protect student speech

According to the Student Press Law Center, Josh Moore, a college sophomore in Kentucky, has collaborated with a state representative to introduce a bill into the Commonwealth’s House of Representatives that seeks to combat restrictions on student press. Moore believes … Continue reading

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When things go right: students speaking up for free speech

Mark in the blog comments pointed out yesterday that he’d like to see more stories about students standing up for their rights. Student newspapers have great editorials supporting free speech, even in dicey cases like JuicyCampus (JuicyCampus itself is no … Continue reading

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When teachers are criticized, principals mocked, is it “cyberbullying”?

The bulk of the cyber-bullying cases that have filled the courts have been cases of students punished for online speech with unpleasant content about teachers or administrators. On Monday, we looked at students using the internet to “bully” other students, … Continue reading

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Student Art Censored from Modesto Gallery Show

The art work of four art students at Ceres’ Central Valley High School (Ceres, CA) was rejected from the annual Young Masters Art Show. The Art Show, hosted by the Mistlin Gallery in downtown Modesto, CA, features the work of … Continue reading

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Cyberbullying: Peer to Peer

This week, Blogging Censorship will look at student speech: the new technologies that create more spaces for free expression, and growing concerns about cyber-bullying, internet filtering, and student online speech off-campus. Today, we’ll look at cyber-bullying, peer-to-peer. That is, students … Continue reading

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