This website is not the first attempt at providing a blueprint for passing scholastic press rights legislation. In 1996 Bruce L. Plopper conducted a study of the 28 attempts that had been made to that point. In “A synthesis model for passing state student press legislation,” Plopper made four major recommendations: Gain widespread support from […]
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Since the presidential election, there have been numerous articles renewing the call for civic education and news literacy. Here are three articles that were published in the three-week period following the election: Earlier and more often: Washington teachers seek broad boost to civics education from The Seattle Times, Now or Never for Civic Education from U.S. […]
One way to get students involved in the legislative process is by using your state’s scholastic press association. Early on in the process. the Garden State Scholastic Press Association‘s Board recognized the benefit of creating a Student Chapter. Not only could this student-led group help support and raise awareness of student free-press legislation, but they could […]
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