Student journalists at Lakeridge High School in Lake Oswego, Ore., are facing calls for greater school control over their newspaper's content.
The United States Supreme Court declined Monday to hear a case raising the issue of schools' authority to punish students for wearing protest armbands.
After weeks of anticipation, student journalists at Loy Norrix High School in Kalamazoo, Mich., were given authorization to print an editorial that criticized the way administrators enforce the school suspension policy.
The student newspaper at Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire, Ill. will have more oversight by school officials after articles about students' dating habits in last month's issue sparked controversy in the school community.
An editorial criticizing new suspension policies at Loy Norrix High School in Kalamazoo, Mich. is stagnating on the desk of Principal Johnny Edwards.
Administrators at Farmington High School in St. Louis, Mo., were justified in suspending students for wearing clothing depicting the Confederate flag, the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled last week.
An article written for last month's student newspaper at Cypress Ridge High School, in Houston, Texas, never made it past the desk of the Principal Claudio Garcia.
An issue with a student's yearbook page at Cuba-Rushford Central School, in Cuba, N.Y., is more than just black or white after her principal told her to change some words on the page.
Students at Harrisburg High School, in Harrisburg, Ill., are forced to use courtesy titles in editorial and opinion content in the student newspaper when referring to faculty, staff or members of the school board after the Board of Education imposed a new directive last week.