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NCTE Position Statements on Censorship and Intellectual Freedom - Previous Revision

Guidelines for Dealing with Censorship of Nonprint and Multimedia Materials
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The Students' Right to Read
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Guidelines for Selection of Materials in English Language Arts Programs
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Censorship: Don't Let it Become an Issue in Your Schools
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Statement on Censorship and Professional Guidelines
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Common Ground: Speak with One Voice on Intellectual Freedom and the Defense of It
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Defining and Defending Instructional Methods
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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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