It was 25 years in the making, but student press protections finally passed the Arizona legislature Tuesday.
After months of back-and-forth, student press protections are on their way to the governor’s desk in Vermont.
A community college in Kansas has walked back, in part, actions taken to restrict its own student newspaper.
Bills are advancing in states across the country, including a newly filed one that just debuted this week.
A Hail Mary attempt to pass legislation guaranteeing constitutional protections for student journalists fell short in Indiana.
Rumors of New Voices legislation's death in Indiana may have been exaggerated.
Kate Karstens is a senior at George Mason High School in Falls Church, Virginia and the editor of their student newspaper, The Lasso. Since last March, she’s been on a campaign to codify press freedom in her school district by changing her school board’s policy of prior review. I spoke with her about her passion… Continue reading Virginia student confronts school board to end prior review — Q & A with Kate Karstens
The New Voices campaign is sprinting off the block this year with the first anti-Hazelwood legislation of 2017 being filed in Indiana.
By Shelby Zeigler I am an opinion columnist for my high school newspaper, Uncaged News. I have always loved the excitement of writing an opinionated column that starts a civic discourse among the members of my community and it’s become something I’m quite well known for in our small town. When my journalism advisor came… Continue reading Shooting the messenger: Facebook post leads to community backlash against HS newspaper columnist
A journalism graduate student from the University of California-Berkeley was attacked while covering election protests in Oakland, last week.