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John Simmons and Eliza Dresang - two educators who are veterans of the censorship wars - offer the voice of experience to guide you in confronting censorship issues in a variety of educational contexts. School Censorship in the 21st Century focuses on the nature of current censorship; the historical, legal, and social contexts in which it occurs; and the resources available for educators to address increasingly complex censorship challenges - some of which are unique to the digital world. The book features easy-to-reference guidelines for teachers and librarians, and a list of useful Web sites at the end of each chapter. You'll be encouraged by many new and fresh recommendations for proactively dealing with censorship, including greater advocacy by students, proactive alliances within schools and communities, and a cautiously optimistic view of a future with freer access to information for all.
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John S. Simmons is a professor of English Education and Reading at Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, USA.
Eliza T. Dresang is an associate professor in the School of Information Studies, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, USA.
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Book Description International Reading Association, 2001. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0872072886
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