One year after Hazelwood, Mark Goodman, then-director of the Student Press Law Center, said censorship calls to the SPLC were up 22 percent.
What does SPLC stand for?
SPLC stands for Student Press Law Center (nonprofit organization dedicated to providing legal help and information to the student media and journalism educators)
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- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 32 other meanings of SPLC in our Acronym Attic
- Saver Plus Lighting Corporation
- Scalable Parallel Libraries Conference
- Security Privacy and Legacy Committee
- Software Product Line Conference
- South Perth Learning Centre (South Perth, Australia)
- Southern Poverty Law Center
- St Peters Lutheran College (Queensland, Australia)
- Stahl, Pequignot, Lorenz, Calame (Swiss law firm)
- Standard Point Location Code
- Sweet Potato Leaf Curl Georgia Virus
- Sweet Potato Leaf Curl Virus
- Salado Public Library District (Salado, TX)
- Semantic-Pragmatic Language Disorder
- Seymour Public Library District (Auburn, NY)
- Simple Programmable Logic Device
- Spanish Peaks Library District (Walensburg, CO)
- Specific Learning Difficulties (UK)
- Special Programme for Least Developed Landlocked and Island Developing Countries (United Nations Conference on Trade and Development)
- Software Product Line Engineering
Samples in periodicals archive:
According to a Student Press Law Center report in the July 2011 article, "Free Speech Concerns Could Sink Missouri's Social Networking Ban for Teachers": To [state senator Jane] Cunningham, completely blocking private Internet messages between students and teachers, even those relating to schoolwork, is needed.
Marcus Clem and the Student Press Law Center sued the college in October, accusing it of charging excessive fees to produce public documents.
Mark Goodman, executive director of the Student Press Law Center, says part of the solution could lie outside high school walls.
According to Mark Goodman, executive director of the Student Press Law Center, "today's administrators are more corporate CEOs managing huge budgets than educators.
Groups that signed onto the brief included the Association of American Publishers, the Center for First Amendment Rights, the Freedom to Read Foundation, the Student Press Law Center and the American Booksellers Foundation for Free Expression.
I'm very concerned about the case," said Mark Goodman, executive director of the Student Press Law Center in Arlington, Virginia, an advocacy group for student journalists.
Web Watch: Log on to the Student Press Law Center at www.