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Future of the First Amendment: 2014 Survey of High School Students and Teachers

September 17, 2014

In this survey students are speaking up about speaking out. Today's high schoolers are more supportive of First Amendment rights than at any time during the past decade, while adults are more likely to say the First Amendment "goes too far." As students become more and more connected to the neverending news streams in cyberspace, as they add their voicesto the global conversation, is it any wonder they seem to know more, to care more, about the freedoms that make thispossible?

Future of the First Amendment: 2011 Survey of High School Students and Teachers

September 15, 2011

Presents findings about students' use of social media to get news; its impact on their appreciation of the First Amendment, tolerance, and learning; teachers' attitudes toward social media and digital literacy; and instruction about the freedom of speech.

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Future of the First Amendment: What America's High School Students Think About Their Freedoms

September 1, 2006

Presents findings from a survey of students and teachers in 34 high schools, that examines attitudes toward First Amendment protections for national and local news media, and student newspapers, and evaluates current education on the rights it guarantees.

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