Review for the Topic of "Legal Implications of Denying Student or Faculty Free Speech in the p-12 School"



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Literature Review for the Topic of

“Legal Implications of Denying Student or Faculty Free Speech in the P-12 School”

by

Kevin M. Hill, B.S.P.A., A.A.S.



An Assignment Presented in Partial Fulfillment
of School Law, EDUC5387

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

EAST TEXAS BAPTIST UNIVERSITY
May 2015

References



Journal References (16)

Balkin, J. (2014). Old school/new school speech regulation. Harvard Law Review, 127(8), 2296-2342.

Bang, D. (2009). Smith v. navato unified school district: Free speech victory or civil setback? Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review, 42(3), 839-857.

Beatus, M. (2011/2012). Layshock ex rel. layshock v. hermitage school district. New York Law School Review, 56(2), 785-803.

Bittner, M. (2013). Beyond the school gate: Students' first amendment speech rights in a digital age. Clearing House, 86(5), 174-178. doi:10.1080/00098655.2013.798609

Braun, A. (2014). Wynar v. douglas county school district. The Urban Lawyer, 12(1), 177-179.

Curtis, M. (2009). Be careful what you wish for: Gays, dueling high school t-shirts, and the perils of suppression. Wake Forest Law Review, 44(2), 431-475.

Hassenpflung, A. (2010). Parent speech and the courts. Journal of Law Education, 39(4), 541-554.

Hayward, J. (2011). Anti-cyber bullying statutes: Threat to student free speech. Cleveland State Law Review, 59(1), 85-124.

Miller, R. (2011). Teacher facebook speech: Protected or not? Brigham Young University Education & Law Journal, 2011(2), 637-665.

Perrine, W. (2013). Religious music and free speech philosophical issues in nurre v. whitehead. Philosophy of Music Education Review, 21(2), 178-196.

Rohr, M. (2000). How free is the speech of public school students? Florida Bar Journal, 74(6), 79-83.

Rosenbaum, L. (2014). Your coach is watching: Can a high school regulate its student athletes' use of social media? Marquette Sports Law Review, 25(1), 329-347

Ross, L. (2013). Pursuing academic freedom after garcetti v. Ceballos. Texas Law Review, 91(5), 1253-1281

Russo, C. (2007). Supreme court update: The free speech rights of students in the united states post morse v. frederick. Education & the Law, 19(3/4), 245-253. doi:10.1080/09539960701751543

Walderman, A. (2012). Hostile educational environments. Maryland Law Review, 71(3), 705-771.

Wright, G. (2014). Post-tinker. Stanford Journal of Civil Rights & Civil Liberties, 10(1), 1-25.

Multiple References (3)

Dunn, J., & Derthick, M. (2011). Thou shalt not say jesus: Do elementary school students have free speech rights? Education Next, 11(3), 9-9.

Eklind, S., & Kauffman, P. (2014). Gay talk: Protecting free speech for public school teachers. Journal of Law & Education, 43(2), 147-187

Hussain, M. & Henderson, S. (2008). In context: Freedom of speech and adolescent public school students. Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 47(6), 614-618

Book References (1)

Parker, R., Balter-Reitz, S., Bezanson, M., Smith, C., & Burnett, N. (2010). Free Speech on Trial: Communication on Landmark Supreme Court Decisions. Tuscaloosa: The University of Alabama Press.



Internet URL References (3)

Bonauto, M. (2008, Dec.). The legal rights of public school students and teachers in Massachusetts: A focus on sexual orientation discrimination and free speech in Massachusetts elementary and secondary schools. Gay and Lesbian Advocates & Defenders (GLAD). Retrieved from http://www.glad.org

Wheeler, R., (2014, Apr. 07). Do students still have free speech in school? The Atlantic. Retrieved from http://www.atlantic.com

(Ask Sybil liberty, n.d.). Your right to free expression. American Civil Liberties Union. Retrieved from http://www.aclu.org

Newspaper References (2)

Fernandez, M., & Eckholm, E., (2015, Mar. 11). Expulsion of two Oklahoma students over video leads to free speech debate. The New York Times. Retrieved from http://nytimes.com



Matier, J., & Lew, E., (2012, Nov. 04). Protect high school students’ rights to free speech. The Washington Post. Retrieved from http://www.washingtonpost.com

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