A state-by-state guide to your legal right to attend student government meetings.
Every day, the Student Press Law Center is receiving inquiries from student media, asking how to cover the walk-outs and student protests including the March for Our Lives rallies across the country on March 24. The following FAQs are meant to help answer questions for student journalists covering this important story.
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The Student Press Law Center answers your most frequently asked questions about open records and open meetings.
College campuses and their surrounding neighborhoods regularly are the scene of mass public gatherings, some celebratory and some enraged, some planned and some spontaneous.
For those student publications that are affected by the HazelwoodSchool District v. Kuhlmeier decision, First Amendment protectionshave been significantly reduced.
A Colorado high school student newspaper wanted to publish two editorials — one in favor of a proposed administration plan to make study halls mandatory for underclassmen and one against the plan.
An SPLC White Paper on the 1988 Supreme Court Case that drastically affected students' First Amendment rights, Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier.
The Student Press Law Center answers your most frequently asked questions about advertising in student media.