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Question | Student Protests

You’re passionate about an issue and you want to take a stance. So, you gather up a bunch of students and organize a protest—a sit-in, a walk-out, a picket line, etc. But does the school have the power to shut it down? Aren’t these protests protected by the First Amendment? 

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Question | Copyright & Fair Use

Because yearbooks aren't created to make profits, using song lyrics or a book quote in a yearbook ad would probably count as educational fair use, so wouldn't violate copyright. 

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Quiz | Student Press

What rights do student journalists have? Test your knowledge!

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Quiz | Student Expression

Think you know the First Amendment? Test your skills with this quiz!

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Do you have questions about student speech and press rights? We have answers.