A Nebraska judge warned school officials that censoring student media based on content they disagree with could violate the First Amendment.
A CA student newspaper has threatened to sue their school after officials removed the adviser and cut the school’s intro to journalism class.
SPLC is excited to welcome one of Duke’s inaugural 2023 Farrin Fellowship recipients Ellen Goodrich to our team as a legal fellow!
New Voices Student Leader Grace Lovejoy's article, "Five Freedoms in the First," about her experiences at the NVSLI received a "Best of SNO."
Vale School District officials recently said they are overriding their students’ decisions and reprinting the 2022-23 Vale High School yearbook because it contained language that, in the superintendent’s words, “may elicit negative emotions.”
A tense public battle over content in a Florida high school yearbook was overblown, according to public records obtained by SPLC.
Q: Can the police or campus security search our newsroom to get unpublished photos, notes or videos? A: Almost never. The federal Privacy Protection Act makes it illegal for law enforcement officers or government officials to search a newsroom (or anywhere else where newsgathering materials are kept, such as the trunk of a reporter’s car)… Continue reading Can police search our newsroom?
Attorney Lena Shapiro analyzes the Supreme Court's 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis decision, explaining the implications for student journalists.
SPLC experts explain a recent case which determined that charter school students' rights are protected as they are in public schools.
When IL yearbook student editors Sakura Honda and Hannah Sawyer faced censorship threats over LGBTQIA+-related content, they fought back.