AWaynesville High School junior and his mother are suing the Wayne Local School District claiming the district violated his First and Fourteenth Amendmentrights by preventing him from wearing a T-shirt with the statement “Jesus isNot a Homophobe.”
Morethan 1,000 copies of The Forumstudent newspaper were stolen March 13 and 14 from the University of Arkansasat Little Rock.
Schooladministrators expelled a 17-year-old high school senior March 12 for tweets heposted from home at 3 a.m.
The Lee’s Summit R-7 School District is appealing a federal judge's recent decision, which allowed two student bloggers to return to school after being suspended for 180 days.Senior U.S.
Student newspapers were confiscated at Bethesda Chevy-Chase High School onMarch 16 after a television reporter complained that a story and photo of her mightcause her children to be harassed.
Theparent of a Wisconsin middle school student dropped her free speech caseTuesday concerning the school’s ban on “I (Heart) Boobies” breast cancerawareness bracelets.
Twoparents are suing the Lee’s Summit R-7 School District for violating theirsons’ First Amendment rights after administrators suspended them for six monthsover an online blog about the school.
Afederal judge sided with school officials Thursday in a free speech lawsuitbrought by a student disciplined for posting a song on Facebook and YouTube.
Theeditor of the Palmer High School yearbook claims her adviser censored aphotograph of a lesbian couple, then deleted several pages of work inretaliation against students who fought the decision.
Theeditor in chief of the student newspaper at Richwoods High School is pushingback against censorship of a staff editorial, filing a grievance with theschool district and contemplating a lawsuit.