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Education and the First Amendment

Know Your Rights.

annie hellweg

on 14 April 2010

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Transcript of Education and the First Amendment

Education, Politics and The First Amendment KNOW YOUR RIGHTS By Annie Hellweg IMPORTANCE Know what rights you have in the classroom Know what rights your teachers have in the classroom What is the First Amendment? Freedom of religion Freedom of speech Right to assemble Freedom of press
Right to petition the government Let's take a vote... What if Padgett wore a political button? What if I wrote a politically charged newspaper article? What if your professor distributed campaign materials in other professor's mailboxes? Weingarten v New York City Board of Education "Teachers must balance their obligations as professionals and responsibilities as citizens" -Randi Weingarten Decision: New York Board of Education's decision was lawful San Leandro Teachers Association v. San Leandro USD functional compatibility test Let's watch... Decision: San Leandro School Board's decision to prohibit distribution of materials narrowly upheld Smith v.Novato School District Decision: Smith's First Amendment rights were violated So, what do you think?
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