The Northern Highlands Board of Education reintroduced changes to its school-sponsored publications policy on Monday after faculty and alumni criticized attempts to change the policy last year.
The adviser of a New Jersey student newspaper, whose student editor fought censorship for the past three months, has resigned from his position.
After a three-month censorship battle, a student journalist’s article about a conflict between teachers and the superintendent was finally published in The Highland Fling today.
Once again, members of the Northern Highlands Regional school board are being asked to OK the publication of a story — censored by the student journalist’s principal — concerning grievances filed against the district’s superintendent.
The editor-in-chief of a New Jersey high school newspaper planned to publish a story in the most recent edition about a conflict between administrators and the superintendent. Instead, she ended up publishing a story explaining why that article didn't appear.