The Center for the Study of Liberal Democracy is hosting a two-day symposium at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, June 17-19, 2021, on freedom of speech in Wisconsin’s high schools. This symposium will provide knowledge and best practices to help high school administrators address Free Speech events at their home institutions.
Date and location
• Thursday, June 17, 2021 to Saturday, June 19, 2021.
• The Great Wolf Lodge, Wisconsin Dells
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- Session 1—The First Amendment: A Contested History
- Session 2—Student’s Rights & the First Amendment
- Session 3—High School Faculty & Staff: Limits on Speech for Government Employees
- Session 4—New Technologies & Students’ Rights
- Session 5—Preparing High Students for Rights & Responsibilities after High School
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Thursday June 17, 2021
|Keynote address||after dinner||Richard Avramenko|
Friday June 18, 2021
|Session 1—The First Amendment: A Contested History||9:00-10:30am||Erik Kasper|
|Session 2—Students’ Rights & the First Amendment||11:00am-12:30pm||Tim Shiell|
|Session 3—The Significance of Free Speech Rationales||1:30-3:00pm||Robert Burton|
Saturday June 19, 2021
|Session 4—New Technologies & Students’ Rights||9:00-10:30am||Howard Schweber|
|Session 5—Preparing High Students for Rights & Responsibilities after High School||11:00am-12:30pm||Franciska Coleman|