Wednesday, June 29, 2 p.m. ET | 11 a.m. PT
Join us next week for a lively discussion exploring high schoolers’ evolving views of the First Amendment. A panel of leading experts will discuss ways educators are navigating student free speech issues within a changing legislative landscape when it comes to discussing controversial topics in schools. We’ll unpack recently published findings from Knight Foundation’s long-running national survey tracking how students’ views of free speech are changing over time.
Ashley Zohn, vice president, Knight Foundation’s learning and impact program
Jonathan Friedman, director of free expression and education, PEN America
Eugene Volokh, distinguished professor of law, UCLA
Gregory Hutchings, superintendent, Alexandria (Va.) Public Schools
Holly Kurtz, director, EdWeek Research Center