SPLC Executive Director Mark Goodman will be teaching two college-credit classes on press law for high school publication advisers and journalism teachers this summer. The courses are intended for those active or prospective advisers who want to learn more about media law as it relates to high school publications and who are interested in receiving graduate credit for state certification or school advancement purposes.”High School Press Law” is the title of the 1 credit-hour class to be taught at the University of Iowa in Iowa City from Mon., June 16, through Wed., June 18. For more information contact Jim Terkeurst, Director, Summer Journalism Workshops, 303 Communications Center, Iowa City, IA 52242, 319/335-5833, e-mail: email@example.com.”The First Amendment and Student Press Law” is the name of the class to be taught from Sunday evening, June 23 through Friday afternoon, June 27, at Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, La. Scholarships that cover the cost of registration and lodging for the three credit-hour class are available through a grant from the Dow Jones Newspaper Fund. For more information, contact Steve Horton, Journalism Workshop, P.O. Box 5284, Northwestern State University, Natchitoches, LA 71497, 318/357-5339 or 800/256-8025, e-mail: HortonS@nsula.edu.For more Information: For more information, contact Steve Horton, Journalism Workshop, P.O. Box 5284, Northwestern State University, Natchitoches, LA 71497, 318/357-5339 or 800/256-8025, e-mail: HortonS@nsula.edu.