The Student Press Law Center promotes, supports and defends the First Amendment and free press rights of student journalists and their advisers.
The Indiana Daily Student and reporter Cate Charron, and the staff of The Battalion receive SPLC's 2022 collegiate press freedom awards.
An analysis by the Student Press Law Center (SPLC) has found that more than half of New Jersey school districts may be in violation of a 2021 law protecting student press freedom.
The Student Press Law Center sent a letter urging Superintendent Carvalho to withdraw the disciplinary matter against adviser Adriana Chavira.
These additions mark the largest full-time staff in the organization’s history as SPLC bolsters its mission to support, promote and defend the First Amendment rights of student journalists and their advisers across the country.
The Student Press Law Center joins in mourning the children and teachers killed yesterday at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. Schools should be a place of learning and joy, not a target for violence. Our hearts go out to the shattered families who have lost their precious children and family members.
SPLC congratulates the State of Hawaii on the signing of HB1848, the “Hawaii Student Journalism Protection Act."
SPLC commends the Seminole County School Board for rejecting the censorship of the Lyman High School yearbook and compromising with students.
The censorship of the Lyman High School yearbook is an extreme misuse of power by Seminole County Public Schools administrators.
SPLC is deeply concerned by the unusual and harmful comments and steps taken by The Hilltop’s staff adviser to restrict student journalists