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Title: Policy Studies in Educational Administration


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Policy Studies in Educational Administration
From the Association of Washington School
Principals July 30, 2007
Jerry Bender, Director of Governmental Relations,
AWSP
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What would you do next? Why?
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Issue Definition
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What would you do next? Why?
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Agenda Setting
House Bill Report HB 1307
Brief Summary of Substitute Bill ? Provides that
high school students have the right to freedom of
expression in school-sponsored media and
limits the schools ability to control the
content of student speech, except in certain
circumstances. ? Provides that public college
and university student media are public forums
for student expression and are not subject to
prior review. ? Provides a cause of action for
injunctive or declatory relief for a violation of
the act. ? Immunizes public high schools,
colleges, and universities from liability for
student expression in school-sponsored media.
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Agenda setting
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Agenda Setting
House Bill 1307
The City Collegian Feb. 5, 2007
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Policy Formulation
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Policy Formulation
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Policy Formulation
Feb. 12, 2007
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Policy Formulation
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Policy Formulation
Obviously we are disappointed, Jocelyn McCabe,
communications spokeswoman for Association of
Washington School Principals, said. We will
continue to track this bill through the Senate
and share our concerns about the legislation.
Whatever the final outcome, the Association of
Washington School Principals will continue to
work with secondary school principals on the
issue of student journalism and free press
issues.
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Policy Formulation
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Policy Formulation
The blame for this outcome, in my mind, is
three-fold. First, the school administrators in
our state launched a pointed, intense, and highly
effective lobbying campaign against this
legislation. They used scare tactics, they used
relationships with legislators, and I fully
believe they used phony, misleading information
in their war against HB 1307. No one deserves
more credit for killing this bill than the
Association of Washington School Principals and
the Washington Association of School
Administrators. -March 20, 2007
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Implementation
High School PrincipalEditor, Publisher or
Government Official? During the 2007 Legislative
Session a bill was introduced that would change
the relationship of a principal and the schools
media program. Two lines from the bill included
(1) Neither a school official nor the governing
board of the school district nor the school
district may be held responsible in any civil or
criminal action for any expression made or
published by students in school-sponsored media
unless school officials or the governing board
have interfered with or altered the content of
the student expression and (2) Student editors
of school-sponsored media are responsible for
determining the news, opinion, feature content,
and advertising content Learn why those ideas
almost became law and what your role is in your
journalism program.
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Implementation
Looking Back and Forward at Legislative Issues
  Review education related events from the 2007
legislative session and look ahead to what could
be the big issues faced in 2008. Learn how to
stay current on legislative issues in less than
two minutes a day.
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Evaluation
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Evaluation
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Practical steps in contacting your legislator
  • Find out who they are
  • What do you call them?
  • Suggestions from others
  • Key points to remember
  • You are the expert
  • Get to know your legislator
  • You can contact your legislators in a number of
    ways
  • Get to know Legislative staff

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www.awsp.org
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www.awsp.org
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