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Apr 10, 2016 7:00am EDT
professor at george washington university and during the current academic year is a visiting scholar at the harvard graduate school of education. this book, lessons and censorship listening 2015th best book by confirming opinions first opinion news. professor ross specializes in constitutional or with an emphasis as you might guess from the first amendment but also family law and legal and policy issues concerning children. she is published and lectured widely, has been a beaut and testified with congress. this is not however her first appearance in a cato for impaired she was a commentator in january on a panel we had and she was a participant in cato unbound conversation which i recommend to everyone here both in general and particular month or two ago. you can find it keynote at work. let me also say that while i'm discussing that, if you are following us today on twitter, please use the hash tag cato event. on twitter that hashed to cato events. professor ross has also been on the aba, american bar association steering committee on unmet legal needs of children and presen
CSPAN
May 1, 2016 6:15am EDT
university and a phd in public policy from george mason. welcome. [applause] >> thank you all very much and especially professor ross, thank you for writing this post. due in education policy all the time that threats to basic rights in public schools is not a subject that gets nearly enough attention. all sorts of questions about what we teach, how we teach, how kids interact, and those have all been pushed aside session over test scores. everything is what is the test score, by the way, what are the test scores. these are topics we absolutely need to talk about. there may be some collusion between people who runs schools and the public transportation system of d.c. trying to keep people away from today's event by closing down conveniently the metro, but we will see. within the book, especially appreciate the discussion of dangerous federal overreach on the federal role in education, but especially the anti-bullying 2010 dear colleague letter that so many in the audience over there asked asked me before this event. i hope you can talk about dear colleague letters. it was particula
CSPAN
Apr 17, 2016 6:00pm EDT
professor at george washington university and during the current academic years at the harvard graduate school of education this book lessons and censorship was named the best work by the concurring opinions first amendment views. professor ross specializes in constitutional law with an emphasis as you might guess in the first amendment also family law and the legal and policy issues concerning children. she's published widely and has been interviewed on many television shows and has testified before congress. on the panel that we had it was in the conversation which i recommend to everyone here both in general and a month or two find it at cato.org. on twitter the hash tag is cato events. professor ross has also been on the association's steering committee. to the family court review in family law she's a distinguished advocate of the first amendment we are happy to welcome you and the cato institute to talk about the book. thank you to all of you for raising the streets of washington state. the equivalent of the snow day. i'm going to begin by reading the opening from my book. the acc
CSPAN
Apr 2, 2016 7:15pm EDT
. one was praising the marines and the other was criticizing president george w. bush is a substance abusing draft dodging chicken hawk. and schools are increasingly abusing students ability. the constitution protects all this expression. when we talk about students we are talking about adolescent humor. students are likely to get in trouble which really means it's offensive because i disagree. thank you. the problem is too many principals and school board members don't know or understand the limits of the constitution while others simply disregard the law because now i could. as ii worked on this book almost everyone i talked to informally said i have a censorship story. and longtime teachers incredulously told me they had no idea students have first amendment rights. then i'll turn my stories the capture some of the particular contemporary ones. very concise. congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of speech. as interpreted, this means that the government and anyone acting on behalf of the government may not sound speech because of its content review point. school district
CSPAN
Apr 9, 2016 9:00am EDT
law professor at george washington university and during the current academic year is a visiting scholar at the harvard graduate scoociÓn -- school education. this was the best book by concurring opinions first amendment news. professor ross specializes in constitutional law with a particular emphasis as you might guess in the first amendment but also in family law and legal and policy issues concerning children. she has testified before congress. this is not, however, the first appearance in a cato form. she was a commentator in january on a panel we had and she was a participant in a cato unbound which i recommend to everyone here in general and particular a month or two you can find it at cato.org. let me also say that while i'm discussing that, if you are following on twitter, please use the #catoevents. on #catoevents. bar association committee and presented report of america's children at risk to the white house. she served in many ways at the highest level in american bar association and on the other boards of a family court's review and family law quarterly, she's the di
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