Say what?

April 30, 2006

Chicago Sun-Times

The case for zero tolerance of modern school administrators (cont’d):

The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education at notes that the University of Nevada at Reno Public Forum Policy allows students to offer "public expression in the form of freedom of speech and advocacy" as a "fundamental right" as long as they do it in one of four specified areas at times designated in Section 5303 Operation, Use and Maintenance of University Facilities and are in physical possession of a signed approval.

The students are not to speak toward anyone who might not want to hear their ideas, in keeping with guidelines "for protection of persons against practices that would make them involuntary audiences."

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Schools: University of Nevada, Reno Cases: University of Nevada at Reno: Unconstitutional Free Speech Zone Policy