Keith Evans of the Freedom of Information Foundation of Texas joins reporters Erin Cooper and Julie Vrazel in discussing their investigation into Tarleton State University's Clery Act violations.
S. Daniel Carter, director of public policy for Security on Campus, Inc., answers one of the most common questions college journalists raise: How do I get my hands on the police reports my college doesn't want me to see?
Chicago Tribune reporters Jodi Cohen, Tara Malone and Stacy St. Clair discuss their investigation into the admission policies of University of Illinois at Urbana Champagne and how journalists can use open records laws to crack into universities' secrets.
Journalism advisers Valerie Kibler of Harrisonburg High School and Chad Rummel of Oakton High School discuss building community support for student publications.
Editors of Conestoga High School's national award-winning student newspaper, The Spoke, Henry Rome and Seth Zweifler discuss their school board's proposal to prior review content.
Reporters Jill Riepenhoff and Todd Jones, of the Columbus Dispatch, discuss a recent project investigating universities' misuse of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act to keep open records secret.
University of Missouri graduate student Brian Schraum and Western Kentucky University student Josh Moore discuss starting free press legislation in their states.
Lead plaintiff Robert Ochsorn talks about his First Amendment lawsuit against his former high school that was partially decided in summary judgment last month.
Maryland State Senator and law professor at American University Jamie Raskin discusses what Tinker v. Des Moines Supreme Court decision means for today's students.
First Amendment lawyers Steve Zansberg and Robert S. Becker discuss what happens when student journalists' attempts to cover the news come into conflict with law enforcement's attempts to keep order in a chaotic situation.
University of Virginia ruling clarifies limits of FERPA confidentiality rules; Student media's right to cover religious holidays.
California's adviser protection law allows students to continue lawsuits after graduating; Zero tolerance policies involving speech about violence.
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act and student reporters.
Off-campus, social Web site cases like Doninger v. Niehoff; reporters’ rights to record interviews.
Analyzing the ruling in the 'Be Happy, Not Gay' T-shirt case; photographers' access rights.
Ad restrictions on student media overturned in Va.; misleading photos and defamation by implication.
Sunshine Week '08: Access to private colleges' police records; avoiding libel in restaurant reviews.
Funding freeze at Montclair State; Colo. State considers selling student paper.
Censorship at McNeil High School (TX); Newsgathering in the high-tech age; Update on Ponce v. Socorro Indep. School Dist.
Punishing "violent" student speech. Discussion of the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeal's decision in Ponce v. Socorro Independent School District.