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Virginia teachers have gained a brief reprieve from guidelines restricting them from communicating with students by text messages, posts on social-networking sites and other non-school "platforms."
As requested by the Student Press Law Center and others, the Virginia Board of Education has postponed a scheduled Jan.
It is now recognized as illegal in the state of Kansas to summarily expel a college student just for posting a photo of herself on Facebook next to a placenta.
Every Tuesday during the academic year, the Student Press Law Center will be featuring a tip or story idea utilizing public disclosure laws -- a feature we're calling "Transparency Tuesdays."
For starters, let's focus on that persistent peeve of cash-strapped college students everywhere: the $120 textbook.
High school football games are played on publicly subsidized fields, and organized by publicly salaried coaches and athletic directors.
You have to salute the ingenuity, if not the integrity, of school and college administrators bent on smothering the voices of dissent.
The foundations that gather donations in support of public universities exist in a nether-world straddling private and public status.
When the initial horror of what happened in the parking lot of a Tucson, Ariz., grocery store on Jan.
Logically, records of crime on campus ought to be the easiest records for any journalist to obtain. Crime reports are among the only documents that are specifically subject to disclosure under both federal and state statutes.
And yet, year after year, college journalists tell the SPLC that campus police departments are among the most recalcitrant when it comes to honoring requests for public records.
Among the recurring obstacles reported by college journalists is the widespread misperception that police records can be withheld, or identifying information blacked out, because of student confidentiality laws.