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LEGAL ISSUES THAT CAN AFFECT SCHOOL ACCESS FOR COUNTER RECRUITMENT GROUPS

Presenter: Rick Jahnkow, Project YANO (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

The legal rules for what can be said in schools by teachers, students and non-school community groups are not the same:

  • Teachers: can control which topics will be introduced in their classrooms - but they also must conform to state and local school district rules on curriculum content and teacher behavior.
  • Students: have an inherent right to engage in free speech activities at school, including the right to express themselves on conroversial topics - but their expressive activities can be limited by “reasonable” time, place and manner guidelines.
  • Non-school groups from the community: have NO automatic right to enter schools. If given access, the content of their speech can be limited. 

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