A student who was suspended from his high school for a sarcastic tweet filed a lawsuit against his Minnesota school district Tuesday.
A Minnesota school district and a student have settled a lawsuit that claimed the teenager’s constitutional rights were violated when middle school administrators viewed her Facebook account and punished her for its content.
An employee in Concordia College’s admissions office removed all copies of the student newspaper from the school’s campus center on Thursday, one day after the paper published a front-page story about students’ frequent alcohol use before campus events.
Central Lakes College employees named in a former nursing student’s lawsuit have asked the court to dismiss some of the claims in a lawsuit that challenges the student’s expulsion over Facebook posts.
Students and parents are upset at a Minnesota high school that won’t let the school’s yearbook include a memorial page for a suicide victim or allow a senior to include her daughter in her senior picture.
A Minnesota student’s lawsuit against her middle school over punishment she was given for Facebook posts will continue after a judge denied the school district’s motion to dismiss.
School administrators and local police are investigating a Twitter account they say was created by several students and recent graduates of Worthington High School to gossip about classmates.
The Minnesota Supreme Court held Wednesday that public universities can restrict the speech of students in “professional programs” when the program has rules consistent with established professional standards.
The Minnesota Supreme Court heard oral arguments for the second time Monday in the case of Tatro v. University of Minnesota, due to the recusal of a justice two weeks after the initial arguments.
TheAmerican Civil Liberties Union of Minnesota sued the Minnewaska Area SchoolDistrict on Tuesday, claiming the district violated a student’s constitutionalrights when it punished her for off-campus Facebook posts and demanded herFacebook password.