A student journalist at the Indiana University Southeast has filed a complaint with the state seeking access to meetings that determine the allocation of more than $500,000 in annual student activity fees to various student organizations.
The editor-in-chief of Louisiana State University’s student newspaper is threatening legal action against the school’s private foundation and the university system for withholding names of its presidential candidates.
An eighth grader whose vice principal forced her to log into Facebook and allow him to view the site is asking her school district to apologize and reassign the administrator.
Student editors at Framingham State’s weekly newspaper have reported vandalism of nearly a fifth of its print circulation, a protest of the controversial placement of two front-page articles.
After a former college journalist’s open records battle reached North Carolina’s highest court earlier this month, some private universities have asked state legislators to pass legislation before the court rules.
Louisiana State University is keeping secret the names of more than 30 candidates competing to be the next president by conducting the search through its private foundation.
An Arizona lawmaker wants to impose state-level penalties to schools that release student information that's illegal under a federal student privacy law.
As co-president of the Taconic Hills Middle School student council, an eighth grade student had a warm message to share with her classmates at the school’s annual “Moving Up” ceremony in June 2009.
“As we say our goodbyes and leave middle school behind, I say to you, may the LORD bless you and keep you; make His face shine upon you and be gracious to you; lift up His countenance upon you, and give you peace."But a decision issued last month from the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals in New York defended the New York school district’s right to remove that very closing line from the unnamed student’s speech.
The North Carolina Supreme Court considered Wednesday whether private school police records are public under the state’s open records law.
Beginning this month, students at George Washington University will get to see all the things their administration won’t let them.