• Noni Harrison


Updated: Jan 2, 2021

The issues with censorship. Censorship hides information and hinders critical thinking. Censorship: the "innocent" inhibitor.

Useful resources that discuss censorship:

Daily, E. (2014). How censorship in education is failing to prepare students for reality. Retrieved from https://goodmenproject.com/featured-content/censorship-education-failing-prepare-students-reality-kt/

LaRue, J. (2016). All schools need book challenge policies. Retrieved from https://www.slj.com/2016/09/censorship/all-schools-need-book-challenge-policies/

Moore, N. (2013). Censorship is. Australian Humanities Review, 2013(54), 45-65. Retrieved from http://australianhumanitiesreview.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/AHR54_3_Moore.pdf

National Coalition Against Censorship. (2016). Censorship and the first amendment in schools: A resource guide. Retrieved from https://www.webjunction.org/documents/webjunction/Censorship_in_Schools_Learning_Speaking_and_Thinking_Freely_The_First_Amendment_in_Schools.html#censorship

[Forum Reflection: Module 6.2]


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