Student journalists in Pennsylvania are contesting a proposed policy they believe would force censorship of their award-winning student newspaper.
An Alaska high school principal has dropped a lawsuit against MySpace to determine who created a fake profile page in her name after the students who made the Web site confessed.
This week I attended the Campus Progress National Conference, where panelists and guest speakers weighed in on some issues surrounding media and student press.Campus Progress, part of the Center for American Progress, works to help young people, including journalists, speak out on the issues they care about.
A Kentucky college student is suing an unknown person who posted comments about her on a local newspaper's Web site and asking the paper to reveal the poster's identity.
A California school district is getting hit with a much cheaper legal bill after illegally censoring an article eight years ago, an appeals court ruled last month.
A North Dakota high school newspaper adviser said he has been removed from his position because school officials disagreed with the content of the publication and his leadership philosophy.
A federal appeals court ruled last week that a Washington teacher's blog posts, which criticized the district and other teachers, were not protected by the First Amendment and that her subsequent demotion was legal.
A California school district will likely have a harder time defending itself from a lawsuit filed by several high school journalists and their adviser after a district judge denied most of its affirmative defenses this month.
A student tasked with designing the cover of an Ohio high school yearbook slipped some profanity into the image, forcing administrators to temporarily halt distribution.
Students responsible for sneaking a photo into the yearbook at an Illinois high school have been punished for their actions.