SLF attorneys sound off on law students heckling visiting speakers.
Fox News: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee alters ‘bias reporting system’ following First Amendment challenge
Fox News reports on SLF’s most recent victory at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Article originally published at FoxNews.com (Feb. 21, 2023) EXCLUSIVE: More than two dozen organizations are urging the Biden administration to "abandon plans" to allow biological males to compete in women's sports and use the same locker rooms. In 2022, Biden's...
Campus Reform reports on SLF’s most recent free speech victory at the University of Maine.
In their latest piece for American Mind, Kim Hermann and Braden Boucek, explain that America’s public K-12 schools must stop teaching critical race theory and instead teach our children about true patriotism: the value of individual liberty and the price Americans have paid to secure it.
Campus Reform covers the launch of the next phase of Southeastern Legal Foundation’s national campaign to protect college students’ freedom of speech.
In an opinion piece for Fox News, Kimberly Hermann explains that it is time for parents to go on offense and rid our nation’s classrooms of woke education.
In an exclusive, Fox News Digital covers Southeastern Legal Foundation’s launch of a legal guidebook to help parent’s fight back against woke education.
The National Desk covers the launch of Southeastern Legal Foundation’s parent guidebook: “Your Child’s Rights and What to Do About Them: A parent’s guide to saving America’s public schools.”
Fox News covers Southeastern Legal Foundation’s latest legal action in the fight to save America’s schools and reclaim our civil liberties: request for investigation by concerned parents into illegal surveys requiring students to provide information on their political beliefs, mental health, sexual activity and identity, and more.
Daily Mail: Missouri AG will investigate school district for giving students as young as four surveys
The Daily Mail covers Southeastern Legal Foundation’s request for the Missouri Attorney General to investigate violations of federal and state student privacy laws resulting from student surveys and assignments that request protected information without parental consent.
Washington Examiner: Conservative groups ask Education Department not to undo DeVos sexual assault rules
Representatives for 26 organizations, mostly conservative groups, called on the Department of Education’s assistant secretary for civil rights to drop the agency’s planned revision of regulations governing how schools handle sexual assault cases, claiming it is unnecessary.