Written by: Krysta Ryan The Future of The First Amendment As Kravets (2010) explains, the nation’s first two appellate opinions differed on the matter of whether students have a First Amendment right in the online world beyond the schoolyard gates and the U.S. Supreme Court has never clearly addressed the parameters of off-campus, online student … Continue reading
Written by: Krysta Ryan Public Schools in Cincinnati Adopt a BYOD-Bring Your Own Device to School In Cincinnati Ohio, the Northwest Local School District has finally allowed technological devices in the classroom. The districts 2016-2017 school year will be the first year the Bring Your Own Device Policy or BYOD will be implemented. Historically, schools have banned … Continue reading
The world’s populations have become flooded with digital computerized technologies that enable real-time communications, which renders information that is accessible and plentiful. One statistic claims over one billion websites are currently on the web, each curating some sort of media message or carrying out some sort of media agenda.
” Never go to bed mad, stay up and fight.” ∼Phyllis Diller∼ ” Stop crime at its source. Support Planned Parenthood.” ∼Robert Byrne∼
Poetry appears suddenly, an imaginary expression that some scholars insist………….. “is inside of us all.“ So why do my concepts on Poetry seem frozen in a childlike cocoon? The rotten candy-coated phrases of my youth, a decay that lies between a tooth, Still licking, slick a wicked taste, a feasting in the moon……. a delicacy, the … Continue reading