A student had her microphone cut off during a speech to her graduating class last week after administrators say she began proselytizing.
Aschool board in St. Clair Shores has passed a new student publicationspolicy that subjects all studentpublications to prior review and prohibits them from taking ''a politicalstand on any issue.''
Theattorney for Dylan Finkle, who was suspended from his middle school in 2003 forwriting a horror story and reading it aloud in class, has filed a petition forre-hearing after a federal appeals court rejected his appeal.
High school students in Whittier say their principal is not allowingthem to publish the June issue of their student newspaper as punishment for their May issue, whichfocused on sex.
School administrators are asking a federal district court to dismiss a FirstAmendment lawsuit stemming from the suspension of eight members of theClatskanie High School basketball team in 2001.
Two college student newspapers are challenging the constitutionality of aVirginia state regulation that prohibits college student publications from publishingalcohol ads.
A sexsurvey published in the student newspaper at Midlothian High School has led theprincipal of that school to challenge the paper's claim to open-forumstatus.
High school students in Little Rock are weighing their legal options after theirprincipal pulled an issue of the student newspaper over a feature concerningdrugs and gang activity.
A17-year-old student at Plainfield South High School who referenced Columbine ina Xanga Web log entry faced an expulsionhearing last week, according to his lawyer.