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A former Florida high school student will now be able to move forward with a lawsuit against her principal after a federal magistrate ruled Feb. 12 that her Facebook post complaining about a teacher is constitutionally protected under the First Amendment.
Stow-Munroe Falls High School's student newspaper, The
Stohion, has resumed publication after being put on hold since late 2009 due
to administrative censorship.
After a ten-month censorship battle with the
Glendale Union High School District, Thunderbird High School's student
newspaper, The Challenge, published and distributed a previously censored
Fed up with months of prior review and censorship,
staff members of Timberland High School's The Wolf's Howl, students,
parents and community members plan to speak out against restrictive policies and
the resignation of journalism adviser, Cathy McCandless, at the Wentzville
school board meeting on March 18.
The staff of Mounds View High School's student
newspaper, The Viewer, has halted publication of the paper until prior
review is lifted from the Mounds View school district.
Most students and parents planning to address ongoing issues of censorship and the resignation of journalism adviser Cathy McCandless at Timberland High School were prevented from speaking at the Wentzville School District board meeting yesterday.
A trial began this week after two years of
dispute involving the Puyallup School District and former Emerald Ridge High
School students and their parents, after the school's newspaper printed
information about the students' sexual histories.
The 3rd Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals in
Pennsylvania ordered on Friday that the conflicting rulings in two student
online speech cases be vacated and heard by the full court in June.
Student editors at Dexter High School's student
newspaper, The Squall, and their principal are defending their paper
against attacks from community members and parents who claim the paper is
printing content that is inappropriate for its school-age audience.
"This case is not about whether you
didn't like this article or thought the topic was not appropriate [for a
high school student newspaper]....This case is about the evidence and about the
law," said Seattle attorney Mike Patterson, representing Puyallup School
A Pierce County jury found in favor of the Puyallup
School District on Wednesday, establishing that the school's 2008 student
newspaper article about students' sexual practices and histories was not a
violation of those students' privacy.
MINNESOTA -- Mounds View High School's student newspaper,
the Viewer, has reached a compromise with administrators on their
publications policy model.
Student editors at three Puyallup School District
high schools are pointing to a recent case of censorship as proof they need a
publications policy without prior review.
WASHINGTON -- Four former Emerald Ridge High School students
filed a notice of appeal this week after losing their lawsuit last month against
the Puyallup School District and the school's student newspaper, the JagWire.
The adviser of Forest Grove High School's
student newspaper Viking Log was removed from her position following a
complaint about a student comment published in the paper.
The principal of Massaponax High School in Fredericksburg is
ordering that all 2009-2010 yearbooks be reprinted before the school year
concludes after anonymous 'confessions' that mentioned sexual
behavior and drug use were published in the book.
The C. A. Beard Memorial School Corporation
officially fired the Knightstown High School yearbook and newspaper adviser last
week following controversy over including a section in the yearbook about
Newspaper adviser Loradona May will not be returning to
North Douglas High School next year after an editorial about enforcement of the
school's dress code caused controversy.
Two cases regarding student online speech were argued before the full Third U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals today after two three-judge panels of the Third Circuit handed down conflicting opinions last February.
The newspaper adviser at Big Spring High School
resigned May 28 after the principal pulled the last issue of the paper, which
included an editorial advocating the legalization of marijuana.