Item description for Access Denied: How Internet Filters Impact Student Learning in High Schools by Lynn Sutton...
This study provides heretofore unavailable information to be considered by policy makers when making these difficult decisions. The study reveals that what actually goes on in the classroom and the media center can be quite different from what school administrators think is going on. The voices of students, teachers and librarians may be heard in rich detail as they speak for themselves. Written by Wake Forest University Library Director, Dr. Lynn Sutton, this book is a required reference for all involved in education, particularly intellectual freedom. " . shows through real-world experiences how damaging filters can be for the educational process." - Marjorie Heins (J.D., Harvard Law School), author of ,Introduction to Internet Filters: A Public Policy Report (Free Expression Policy Project, Brennan Center for Justice, 2006)
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.1" Width: 6.1" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Oct 28, 2006
Publisher Cambria Press
ISBN 1934043079 ISBN13 9781934043073
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Solid research on a timely topic -- a must for every library Nov 28, 2006
Enjoyably readable depiction of high school students' research restraints -- compounded by do-good (but know-nothing) technology administrators who promote fear (and loathing) in lieu of ready access to crucial information. Makes you wonder when we're going to collectively grow up. Answer: when more people read and understand this compelling and concise examination of what they're (not) teaching our kids.