Read Constitution Daily contributor Marc Brasof’s guest commentary on a popular Philadelphia web site about the need for students to take an active role in education-reform efforts.
Recently, a Philadelphia high school student accused a teacher of belittling her because she wore a Mitt Romney T-shirt. Is there a bigger lesson to be learned from the incident?
Marc Brasof says national elections provide a choice between competing sides and ideas. In terms of educational policy and this upcoming national election, there are more commonalities than differences.
Where is the line between censoring disruptive behavior and preserving a student’s fundamental right to freedom of expression online? Join a live chat on this issue originating from the National Constitution Center on Wednesday.
Education started out as a local enterprise under the Tenth Amendment.