The Student Press Law Center is searching for an intern to write, edit and produce a series of explanatory and promotional video packages to be shared across platforms.
The Student Press Law Center is searching for an intern to help us tell the story of student press freedom.
SPLC is collecting information on the censorship student journalists are facing regarding use of chosen names and preferred pronouns.
SPLC taught nine workshops over the course of three days at the National High School Journalism Convention in Los Angeles, covering topics ranging from New Voices training sessions to copyright law to reporting on #MeToo. During this time, SPLC staff connected with hundreds of young student journalists, advisors and teachers from across the country. Being… Continue reading Uncertainty, censorship of chosen names, and adviser burnout — SPLC staff reflects on convention conversations￼
As a student journalist, we have a great opportunity to tell the stories that no one else is talking about.
The Student Press Law Center is delighted to welcome media, education and nonprofit veteran Michael Bolden to its Board of Directors.
Interview by Alexis Mason, Outreach and Operations Manager at the Student Press Law Center Student journalists are vital and keep their schools and communities connected and informed. SPLC recognizes the importance of student journalism and we want to use these Q&As to amplify their accomplishments, highlight the challenges they face, and broaden the understanding of… Continue reading Q&A with Ashleigh Fields, Editor-in-Chief of Howard University’s The Hilltop
SPLC sponsored the keynote address with Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey, trained students through workshops and reconnected with the student journalism community.
John Tagliareni reflects on the New Voices process and his tips for advocates working to become the next New Voices state.
Tom McHale reflects on how New Jersey passed its New Voices law and his tips for advocates working to become the next New Voices state.