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The high school that inspired a new Senate bill
ensuring student free press rights for charter schools is now facing a stricter
publication policy, leaving student journalists in a "legal limbo," the paper's adviser said.
An updated version of the student free expression
bill is set to take the Senate floor Monday, according to a legislative staffer.
The California State Senate unanimously passed a bill Monday that extends the rights of student free expression to charter school students, confirmed Adam Keigwin, chief of staff for Sen. Leland Yee, D-San Francisco/San Mateo.
The Associated Students of University of
California San Diego (ASUCSD) has frozen funding for all student-funded media
after an outcry over statements broadcast on the Student Run Television (SRTV)
Police at California
State University - Northridge are investigating the theft of more than 2,000
copies of the student newspaper from several newsstands across campus.
A student multimedia journalist was released
from jail 20 hours after being arrested while filming a peaceful protest that
turned into a dangerous riot.
Some West Covina High School students and alumni
are protesting the decision to replace the long-time adviser of their newspaper,Newsbytes.
As an update to the California student free
expression law clears its most recent hurdle, the California school at the
center of the debate over whether the state's law applies to charter
schools has dismissed its yearbook adviser.
A court order to release the e-mail and IP addresses of commenters on the
California State University Long Beach's Daily 49er website to University
Police has been nullified.
The bill that would extend student free
expression rights to California charter school students awaits the
governor's signature after passing the State Assembly on Monday.
The newspaper adviser at West Covina High School
will keep his job after all.
A student newspaper in California had its print
production halted this week after administrators began enforcing a 20-year-old
The Southwestern College student newspaper has
come to an agreement with the college to resume printing, but not before the
paper missed its first issue.
A California student photographer faces two criminal
charges for taking pictures of a parking lot accident outside his
newsroom at Chaffey College.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger vetoed a controversial
bill aimed at education transparency Thursday, meaning college foundations
continue to be free of the open records law.
judge on Wednesday dismissed an emotional distress lawsuit against the editor
in chief of the Daily Californian.
debate about student expression rights has exploded at La Jolla High School
surrounding what are known as “senior benches,” where students have often
scrolled messages to each other and to the community.
three years of legislative back and forth, Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday signed
Senate Bill 8, subjecting foundations, bookstores and other auxiliary organizations
throughout California’s public university system to open records requests.
California high school students who donned American flag T-shirts for Cinco de
Mayo presented a possible “substantial disruption,” and school officials were
within their authority to ask them to remove the shirts, a judge ruled Tuesday.
San Diego Unified School District has a new student free speech policy after
settling a lawsuit involving senior benches at La Jolla High School.