School officials at Northwest Public Schools in Nebraska shut down the Viking Saga after the paper covered LGBTQIA+ issues.
Hadar Harris, executive director at the Student Press Law Center, shares her thoughts on updates in the recent Nebraska censorship case.
After discovering Olympia School District was not in compliance with New Voices legislation, the Student Press Law Center stepped in to help.
The Student Press Law Center defended student journalists & their adviser against unlawful censorship, resulting in a win for student press freedom.
West Virginia adopted the Student Journalist Press Freedom Protection Act, becoming the 17th New Voices state!
A fierce First Amendment advocate, veteran journalist and accomplished leader has been named the Student Press Law Center’s next executive director.
SPLC Board Chair Logan Aimone and former Executive Director Hadar Harris reflect on the successes of the past five-and-a-half years and look to SPLC’s important work moving forward.
Student journalists across the country (and beyond) made their voices heard during the fifth annual Student Press Freedom Day.
Does your high school have an official student media policy? Is it a good one? Join this workshop and find out.
The Student Press Law Center is proud to welcome two new members to its Board of Directors, Shawn Healy and Hannah Wise.