SPLC is proud to honor The Pearl Post and the Viking Saga with the 2023 High School Courage in Student Journalism Award!
SPLC is proud to honor Riya Vyas of The Union at Milpitas High School with the organization’s inaugural Student Freedom of Information Award!
SPLC is proud to honor The Daily Northwestern with the 2023 Reveille Seven Courage in Student Journalism Award!
SPLC is proud to honor The Citizen at Laney College with the organization’s inaugural Student Freedom of Information Award!
A CA student newspaper has threatened to sue their school after officials removed the adviser and cut the school’s intro to journalism class.
SPLC is excited to welcome one of Duke’s inaugural 2023 Farrin Fellowship recipients Ellen Goodrich to our team as a legal fellow!
Vale School District officials recently said they are overriding their students’ decisions and reprinting the 2022-23 Vale High School yearbook because it contained language that, in the superintendent’s words, “may elicit negative emotions.”
Join the SPLC legal team for a Q&A-style meet where they’ll make sure you’re prepared for any challenges this school year may bring!
A tense public battle over content in a Florida high school yearbook was overblown, according to public records obtained by SPLC.
The Student Press Law Center is excited to welcome Grayson Marlow as the organization's new full-time Advocacy Associate.