Maryland school district considers proposal to control copyright of students' work



Over the weekend, The Washington Post reported that the Prince George's County Board of Education is considering a proposal that would give the school district copyright ownership of work created by staff and students.

Can a school district do that? In the video below, SPLC's Adam Goldstein explains what's wrong with the proposal:

As a bonus, Goldstein made this handy flow-chart.

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