Sep 272012
 
 September 27, 2012  Youth & Schools

An editorial in the Fairfield Citizen includes:

… in its stampede to secure federal money to protect students from both pornography and each other, the Fairfield Board of Education seems to have given little if any thought to the civil rights of students and their parents.

Proposed revisions to the schools’ Internet policy would include not only school equipment and networks, but personally owned equipment, too. The plan is so broad it raises alarming questions about rights of privacy, free speech — even freedom of religion.

Read more on Fairfield Citizen.

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