From Now On
The Educational Technology Journal

 Vol 14|No 3|February|2005

Big Brother Comes to School
Telling Teachers What to Read
and What to Believe

By Jamie McKenzie

Should a school district limit access for teachers and students to certain political points of view while preventing them from reading opposing points of view? This article explores the dangers of filtering programs that block political advocacy sites in unfair ways.

Legal and Constitutional Issues

By Nancy Willard, M.S., J.D.
Center for Safe and Responsible Internet Use

When school officials prevent students and teachers from reading controversial political information, Willard argues that they are interfering with a constitutional right.

Credits: The photographs were shot by Jamie McKenzie.

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