The Oldest Blog
A first amendment blog for school administrators and attorneys.
The minefield of potential copyright infringement claims poses a unique challenge to educators, especially in the age of digital content
It’s well-known that members of a community college community, like members of other public schools, colleges, and universities, do not
Jackie Wernz, Katie Long, Holly McIntush, and Keisha Crane look at how schools can use the law to tackle the
Boards of public educational institutions have few options when a member goes off script and engages in disruptive speech in
School districts and colleges around Texas are closed this week for Spring Break. Although a welcome reprieve from the hustle
Over the past few years, the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) has stepped up its auditing and enforcement efforts regarding