Student suspended for Web page settles with school
MISSOURI - A Woodland High School student who was suspended for creating a Web page critical of his high school settled his case against the school in July.
Brandon Beussink created the Web page with his sister from their home. One of the site's features was a list of reasons why the high school was "fucked."
A federal judge granted Beussink a preliminary injunction in December, prohibiting the school from using Beussink's suspension to lower his grades and allowing his Web page to remain online.
Stephen Ryals, an American Civil Liberties Union attorney representing Beussink, said he could not release the terms of the settlement at this time.
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