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Epley, B. Glen – NASSP Bulletin, 2007
Public school leaders often find themselves caught between groups with passionately held--but widely varying--views regarding the appropriate role for religion in public schools. Tensions are heightened by the growth of well-funded special interest groups inclined to litigate anywhere a test case arises. By reviewing the most recent judicial…
Descriptors: Court Litigation, Constitutional Law, Public Schools, State Church Separation
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Abilock, Debbie, Ed. – Knowledge Quest, 2007
One's commitment to intellectual freedom is manifested not just in the creation of a strong and clear selection policy or the celebration of Banned Books Week but by his or her willingness to examine his or her practices openly with others. In this article, the author proposes four questions to explore in one's teaching and in professional…
Descriptors: Intellectual Freedom, Censorship, Reading Material Selection, Library Materials
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Kelsey, Marie – Knowledge Quest, 2007
Winter 2007 marked an episode of high anxiety in the library science profession, when the latest Newbery winner, "The Higher Power of Lucky," triggered discussion about words and their suitability for young readers. It seems that the entire world now knows that the word "scrotum" appears on the first page of the book. School…
Descriptors: Reading Programs, Reading Instruction, Federal Legislation, Freedom of Speech
Bird, Lee E., Ed.; Mackin, Mary Beth, Ed.; Schuster, Saundra K., Ed. – NASPA - Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, 2006
What should college and university administrators do when the First Amendment seemingly conflicts with tightly held institutional values? Should administrators block, discourage, or attempt to adjudicate speech because it doesn't agree with their belief systems or institutional mission statements? This reader-friendly handbook addresses the…
Descriptors: Institutional Mission, Constitutional Law, Beliefs, Higher Education
Kirby, Elizabeth; Kallio, Brenda – National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), 2006
Blogging is a widely used means of communication for millions of Internet users around the world. Blogs, which are Web sites or Weblogs where entries may be posted on a regular basis, frequently serve as online diaries or commentaries and may include text, images, and links to other sources. Diaries are no longer kept under lock and key. Today's…
Descriptors: Web Sites, Electronic Publishing, Court Litigation, Constitutional Law
Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (NJ1), 2006
This year, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) conducted an expansive study of just how pervasive and how onerous restrictions on speech are at America's colleges and universities. Between September 2005 and September 2006, FIRE surveyed over 330 schools and found that an overwhelming majority of them explicitly prohibit…
Descriptors: Freedom of Speech, Constitutional Law, Public Colleges, Private Colleges
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Noddings, Nel – Theory and Research in Education, 2006
Two of Susan Moller Okin's articles are discussed: "Reason and feeling in thinking about justice", "Ethics" 99(2), 1989: 229-49 and "Mistresses of their own destiny: group rights, gender, and realistic rights of exit", "Ethics" 112(2), 2002: 205-30. Her argument on the foundation necessary for Rawls's…
Descriptors: Constitutional Law, Government Role, Cultural Differences, Ethics
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Essex, Nathan L. – ERS Spectrum, 2006
Public school leaders must be certain that students' freedom of expression rights are not suppressed based on a conflict with their own personal views. School leaders must also refrain from regulating student expression based solely on content, unless there is evidence that speech content creates material and substantial disruption to school…
Descriptors: Public Schools, Freedom of Speech, Student Rights, Censorship
Haynes, Charles C. – School Administrator, 2006
From northern California to southern Florida, there are just too many superintendents who are reluctant to touch religion with the proverbial 10-foot pole. Following the let-sleeping-dogs-lie approach to administration, they start to think about First Amendment solutions only after a fight breaks out. By then it is often too late to avert a bitter…
Descriptors: Constitutional Law, Religion, School Districts, Public Education
May, Colby M. – School Administrator, 2006
Among the many issues that public school leaders and teachers often deal with is the proper role of religious belief and practice within their schools. The law regarding how the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution applies to the public school context can often seem complex and confusing, with some cases holding that a school improperly…
Descriptors: Misconceptions, Constitutional Law, Public Schools, Religion
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O'Nell, Robert M. – Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning, 2006
The University of Colorado's Ward Churchill is but the latest in a long line of professors whose volatile statements have created controversy for themselves and their universities. Specific personnel matters in the case have been meticulously addressed in Boulder, but several larger questions have been curiously neglected. One might well ask, for…
Descriptors: Constitutional Law, Academic Freedom, College Faculty, Teacher Attitudes
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Swan, Kathy; Hofer, Mark – Social Studies, 2006
Educating students to understand overt, subtle, and erroneous claims made by partisan advertisers is no small feat. Often students are passive consumers who need to learn how to become critical listeners, viewers, readers, and producers of all types of media. Because of this, media literacy--the ability to access, analyze, evaluate, and produce…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Mass Media Role, Political Campaigns, Media Literacy
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Essex, Nathan L. – Clearing House: A Journal of Educational Strategies, Issues and Ideas, 2006
This article address the legal and constitutional issues surrounding how far school leaders can go in restricting distribution of materials that are viewed as religious in nature. Does restricting the student's right to distribute the flyer amount to a suppression of free speech based on content? Does the principal's action constitute unlawful…
Descriptors: Court Litigation, Public Schools, Student Rights, Principals
Curriculum Review, 2006
Groups that often find themselves on opposing sides of the cultural war over gay rights have bridged their divide to draft consensus guidelines designed to help public schools address sexual-orientation issues with sensitivity and respect. Representatives from the Christian Educators Association International and the Gay, Lesbian and Straight…
Descriptors: Social Bias, School Responsibility, Guidelines, Constitutional Law
Pavela, Gary – Chronicle of Higher Education, 2006
In this article, the author discusses the enforcement of "hate speech" codes and confirms research that considers why U.S. colleges and universities continue to promulgate student disciplinary rules prohibiting expression that "subordinates" others or is "demeaning, offensive, or hateful." Such continued adherence to…
Descriptors: Constitutional Law, Freedom of Speech, Censorship, College Administration
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