While freedom of speech is a defining characteristic of the United States, the First Amendment right is often regulated within certain environments. For years, schools have attempted to monitor and regulate student communication both within the educational environment and in student use of social media and other online communication tools. Censorship and Student Communication in Online and Offline Settings is a comprehensive reference source that addresses the issues surrounding studentas right to free speech in on and off-campus settings. Featuring relevant coverage on the implications of digital media as well as constitutional and legal considerations, this publication is an essential resource for school administrators, educators, students, and policymakers interested in uncovering the reasons behind student censorship and the challenges associated with the regulation of studentsa free speech.Niehoff (2008). 527 F.3d 41. Doninger v. Niehoff (2009). 594 F.Supp.2d 211 ( affirmed in part, reversed in part on other grounds by Doninger v. Niehoff (2011) ... The School and the Schoolmaster: A Manual. New York: ... Pacifica Foundation anbsp;...
|Title||:||Censorship and Student Communication in Online and Offline Settings|
|Author||:||Oluwole, Joseph O.|
|Publisher||:||IGI Global - 2015-09-14|