Heather Hacker, an attorney for Alliance Defending Freedom who represents the OSU Student Alliance, talks about a recent court decision that will allow the student newspaper's censorship case to go to trial.
Dan Kozlowski of St. Louis University discusses his new law review article about Hazelwood deference and the outcome of students' free speech cases.
Red & Black Editor-in-Chief Polina Marinova and University of Georgia journalism professor Barry Hollander talk about the recent struggle over student editorial control at UGA's independent student newspaper.
Student editors Lexi Belculfine of Penn State and Clarece Polke of Florida A&M discuss their experiences when major national stories broke on their campuses.
Legal experts Jane Kirtley and Raleigh Levine discuss the Minnesota Supreme Court's ruling in Tatro, a significant decision for college student speech rights and off-campus expression.
James Bosco of Western Michigan University and Keith Krueger of the Consortium for School Networking discuss Making Progress, a new report urging schools to rethink their technology policies.
Filmmaker Donna Lee and attorney David Greene discuss the new film "Activist Blogger," about a young journalist who spent 226 days in prison for contempt of court.
Mickey Osterreicher, general counsel for the National Press Photographers Association, discusses recent legal developments impacting the rights of photojournalists and videographers.
Colorado teacher and tech blogger Brad Flickinger discusses his Educational Technology Bill of Rights for Students and why schools should embrace new technology instead of locking it down.
Samantha Harris of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education discusses FIRE's 2012 campus speech code report and how those codes impact student speech rights.
Mark Goodman of Kent State University discusses the Scholastic Journalism Census and what researchers discovered about the state of high school media.
Teachers union attorney Jay Hammond discusses Lange v. Diercks, a new Iowa Court of Appeals case interpreting the Iowa Student Free Expression Law.
College radio advisers Candace Walton and Robert Quicke discuss College Radio Day (Oct. 11), a national public awareness initiative for college broadcasters.
Attorney Peter Kozinets discusses the Arizona Republic's public records lawsuit involving the accused Tucson shooter and student privacy.
David Hudson of the First Amendment Center discusses his new book, Let the Students Speak, about the history of student expression rights.
Tracy Loew, reporter for the Statesman Journal in Salem, Ore., discusses her 16-month investigation of spending irregularities at a regional education service district.
Vic Walczak, legal director of the ACLU of Pennsylvania, discusses two recent court rulings about online student expression and social networking.
Brett Myers and Denise Tejada of Youth Radio talk about their Peabody-award winning exploration of teenage prostitution on the streets of Oakland, Calif.
Los Angeles Times reporters Michael Finnegan and Gale Holland discuss their series about mismanagement of college construction projects and offer tips for journalists.
Joel Campbell of Brigham Young University discusses just-passed legislation in Utah that will dramatically alter that state's public records law.