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NCTE Position Statements on Censorship and Intellectual Freedom - Previous Revision



Guidelines for Dealing with Censorship of Nonprint and Multimedia Materials
(NCTE Guideline

The Students' Right to Read
(NCTE Guideline

Guidelines for Selection of Materials in English Language Arts Programs
NCTE Guideline

Censorship: Don't Let it Become an Issue in Your Schools
(NCTE Guideline

Statement on Censorship and Professional Guidelines
NCTE Guideline

Common Ground: Speak with One Voice on Intellectual Freedom and the Defense of It
NCTE Guideline

Defining and Defending Instructional Methods
NCTE Guideline

Resolution on Students' Right of Expression

Resolution on Teachers' Right to Teach

Resolution on Censorship and [Nonprint] Media

Resolution on Students' Freedom of Speech and Press

Resolution on Collecting Rationales for Defending Challenged Works

Resolution on Opposing Abridgment or Adaptation as a Form of Censorship

Resolution on Opposition to Censorship

Resolution on Confronting Efforts to Censor Instructional Materials

Resolution on Formation of a Foundation to Support Academic and Intellectual Freedom

Resolution on Meeting Obscenity Challenges to Teaching Materials

Resolution on the Report of the President's Commission on Obscenity and Pornography


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