Nebraska high school students hoping for state-protected student expression rights will have to wait a little longer.Nebraska State Sen.
Earlier this year, federal appeals courts decided three key cases focusing on online student expression rights. Now, lawyers in two of those cases will ask the nation’s highest court to weigh in.
Adebate about student expression rights has exploded at La Jolla High Schoolsurrounding what are known as “senior benches,” where students have oftenscrolled messages to each other and to the community.
When professional journalists at The Macomb Daily wanted to cover former Lake Shore School Districtsubstitute teacher Gary Kliebert’s arrest on child pornography charges, theyran a prominent news story about it.
For 33 years, students at Unionville High School in Kennett Square, Pa., have produced the award-winning Indian Post as their student newspaper – until last month. Following a dispute with school and district administrators over prior review, the student staff created and distributed an alternate, independent newspaper, The Outpost.
Students at Lake Havasu High School will find themselves with a new journalismadviser next year following Dan Aston’s removal after four years as adviser tothe student newspaper, Knight Life.Aston contends he was removed in large part over a disagreement with principalDenise Miner about acceptable content for the student paper, but Miner deniesthat claim.