We are searching for a new cohort of Student Co-Chairs to take a leadership role starting this fall in planning and executing Student Press Freedom Day 2023,
The Student Press Law Center welcomes the LAUSD's decision to drop unlawful disciplinary action against CA adviser Adriana Chavira.
While Sept. 17 is a day to celebrate the U.S. Constitution and all of the rights and protections it affords, it's ironic to celebrate when there are so many threats to press freedom.
The Student Press Law Center sent a letter urging Superintendent Carvalho to withdraw the disciplinary matter against adviser Adriana Chavira.
Hadar Harris, executive director at the Student Press Law Center, shares her thoughts on updates in the recent Nebraska censorship case.
Censorship isn't always cut and dry. That's why, for the next few weeks, the Student Press Law Center is highlighting some common red flags — so you can keep an eye out for censorship.
All around the country, an alarming trend has emerged: state governments are adopting school curriculum restrictions - some of which may impact student journalists. Called “anti-CRT”, “divisive concepts” or “don’t say gay” laws, these laws significantly - and often ambiguously - restrict what can and cannot be discussed in school materials. For student journalists, this… Continue reading What is all this talk about “Prohibited Concepts” and how does it affect student journalists?