intellectual freedom

Diversity, Religious Liberty, and December

by Mary Keeling Educators  face perplexing issues of religious diversity all year, but especially in December. English Language Learners refused water during a heat wave. They were fasting for Ramadan. Second graders said Emma couldn’t borrow The Night before Christmas because… Read More ›

The Latest on Internet Filtering from ALA

In 2000 Congress passed the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) with the purpose of protecting children and young adults online. Unfortunately, the law’s requirements have been misinterpreted by many school districts resulting in filters overblocking legitimate educational websites and interactive… Read More ›