College journalists are learning how to navigate — and when to challenge — administrative policies designed to show sources and the institutions they represent in the best light.
The threat of censorship creates a choice for student journalists: compromise or publish elsewhere. This spring, several journalism students at duPont Manual High School in Louisville, Ky., chose the latter.
In rare situations, students facing censorship aren’t just battling the usual suspects – school administrators – but rather with the person charged with providing advice.
Where expression is encouraged, middle school students can produce journalism that rivals that done in high schools.
A Seattle landlord did not prove the Roosevelt High School student newspaper defamed him, a state appeals court ruled Monday.
An email from a student to a department chair complaining about a professor is not a confidential education record, a Florida appeals court ruled Thursday.
Educational records in the possession of prosecutors during a criminal investigation are not confidential and can be released to the public, a Florida judge has ruled.The ruling, by Judge Marc L.
Records related to the cases of legal clinics at public law schools are not subject to New Jersey’s public records law, under a new state Supreme Court ruling.
The disc jockeys at Northeastern Illinois University’s student radio station have been locked out of the station and replaced.
Acyberbullying bill that could give schools new authority over students’off-campus Internet posts is on its way to Gov.