What student editors thought was a clever headline snowballed into a censorship conflict that threatens the future of the student newspaper at Governor Thomas Johnson High School in Frederick.
Witnesses presented testimony to the House Subcommittee on Postsecondary Education Training and Lifelong Learning in July regarding the Accuracy in Campus Crime Reporting Act (ACCRA), and the need for Congress to take action concerning campus crime.
The Internet has quickly become the journalist's best friend.
The state Superintendent of Public Instruction has ended the investigation into Val Schroeder of Stanwood High School.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit has agreed to rehear arguments in the case of Yeo v. Lexington and threw out its earlier decision.
Six Virginia university professors have joined the American Civil Liberties Union to fight a new law that bans state employees from accessing sexually explicit material on the state-owned Internet providers.
Student editors at Snohomish High School have found that dealing with the school board is like dealing with a brick wall: neither listens.
A law nobody seems to know much about is causing confusion among student journalists.
Pressure from students and faculty at the University of Iowa has finally helped halt a state bill that would have forced students and faculty living off-campus to pay the equivalent of a commercial rate for Internet use.
A controversy over the prom led Principal Jimmy Jones of Lamar High School to butt heads with editors of the student newspaper, The Viking Scroll.