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The state attorney general’s office has withdrawn a motion that was asking a judge to order a student journalist to remove public records from his blog.
Attorneys for the state of Georgia have asked a judge to order a student journalist to remove from his blog documents that the state gave him through a public records request.
Once again, members of the Northern Highlands Regional school board are being asked to OK the publication of a story — censored by the student journalist’s principal — concerning grievances filed against the district’s superintendent.
A deal will give daytime programming hours on Georgia State University’s WRAS-FM to professionals and relegate student deejays to evening and overnight time slots and online streams.
The Neshaminy school board has pushed back a vote originally scheduled for Tuesday on a proposed publications policy that students and educators nationwide have condemned as unconstitutional and “educationally unsound.”
Purdue University plans to revisit its investigation into police treatment of a student photographer who was detained shortly after a fatal campus shooting, saying it wants to look over information that wasn’t taken into consideration previously.
In a written ruling issued earlier this month, a state public access counselor said Purdue University doesn’t have to release surveillance video footage and other records requested by The Purdue Exponent because of a public-records exemption allowing an agency to withhold “investigatory records.”
The president of Cedarville University and another top administrator confiscated copies of an independent student publication as they were being distributed by students on campus Wednesday.
University officials at California Polytechnic State University could sell the student radio station’s FM frequency after two student deejays launched a fundraising campaign featuring sexually explicit photos.
Legislation introduced in the U.S. Senate Wednesday will not aim to redefine what records schools can withhold under federal student privacy law, an issue that worried journalism and open-government advocates when an earlier version of the bill was released.
A private foundation whose “sole purpose and function” is to support North Dakota State University is a public entity subject to public open record laws, the state attorney general ruled Monday.
A local prosecutor has declined an appeal from The New York Times seeking to compel the University of Oregon to turn over complete public records about a sexual misconduct investigation involving three UO men’s basketball players, prompting the newspaper to submit a new request.
The Los Angeles Unified School District does not have to release the names of individual teachers in records about teacher performance, a California appeals court ruled July 23.
Following outcry that it stifles public debate, the Board of Visitors at the University of Virginia is scrapping their first draft of a code of ethics policy that would have forbidden members from publicly disagreeing with board decisions.
A year after the student newspaper at the University of Alabama released a scathing report detailing the persistence of racial segregation in sorority recruiting, university officials released new guidelines restricting media access to those involved in rush.
A school district in New Jersey agreed to inform its students that it monitors social media accounts after a student sued in federal court when school administrators suspended her for criticizing the principal on Twitter.
Indiana State University on Wednesday announced a partnership with WFYI Public Media, which will rebroadcast its programming on 89.7 FM. The student-produced programming currently broadcast on the station will move to 90.7 FM, which has a weaker signal and less reach. The station will also change its call letters to WZIS.
After their adviser and school administrators met to weigh legal and safety concerns — and set rules — the students from Ladue Horton Watkins High School worked alongside national news outlets as they covered Michael Brown’s funeral in St. Louis.
A federal court has dismissed a suit from a former student at Central Lakes College, who sued college administrators for expelling him from a nursing program over remarks on his personal Facebook page.
The staff at the student newspaper at Auburn University has reported to local law enforcement that more than 1,000 copies of Thursday’s issue were stolen from seven locations on campus — a loss of nearly $800 for the news organization.