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United States: The High School Teacher, the Blog and the First Amendment – Susan Brenner

Classroom_3rd_floorNatalie Munroe filed a federal civil rights suit under 42 U.S. Code § 1983 against the Central Bucks (Pennsylvania) School District, its Superintendent N. Robert Laws, and Principal Abram Lucabaugh, alleging that “the school administration harassed and eventually terminated her after discovering a private blog in which Munroe has expressed criticism of the school, her co-workers, and her students.”  Munroe v. Central Bucks School District, 2014 WL 3700325 (U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania 2014). Continue reading

Inforrm Blog – Happy Third Birthday

Third BirthdayToday is the third birthday of the Inforrm blog – which began operation on 22 January 2010.   Our first post – “Welcome to Inforrm” – attracted 2 visitors in January 2010 and the site had a total of 7 page views that month. That was the only post in January. The posting rate and visitor numbers have increased dramatically since then. In our first three years we have had a total of 1,584 posts and nearly 1.4 million page views. We have an established readership all round the world. Continue reading

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