When Filters and the First Amendment Clash: Policies for Student Access. Texas Library Association Conference April 13, 2011 Helen Adams, Lea Bailey, and Barbara Jansen. Session Overview. Part 1: CIPA/NCIPA + student 1st Amendment rights Part 2
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When Filters and the First Amendment Clash: Policies for Student Access
Texas Library Association Conference
April 13, 2011
Helen Adams, Lea Bailey, and Barbara Jansen
CIPA/NCIPA + student 1st Amendment rights
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NCIPA E-Rate funding
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At the Local Level
If we are filtering and making content related decisions for students, are we really teaching information literacy or developing students who can think for themselves in the real world?
How does this fit into college readiness standards?