In an unusual twist to the issue of high school censorship, principal Pete McMurry of Itawamba Agricultural High School has named himself editor in chief of the student newspaper after students sought to include a political cartoon in the paper last spring.
A Michigan court has ordered a state university to conduct its presidential searches in open meetings.
A bill introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives would have offered new protection for students' free speech rights.
A case of high school censorship has gone before the second highest court in the state of New York.
Waiting to see the graduation rates of your classmates? Well, you better not hold your breath. Unless, that is, you can hold it for six years.
After a long struggle, a conservative student newspaper at Northwestern University has won the right to distribute freely on campus.
Bills that could have placed more restrictions on high school student press freedom failed to become laws during the 104th Congress.
Over a year after the Supreme Court struck down the University of Virginia's attempt to limit funds to a religious student newspaper, the school has recently disclosed the real price of their loss.
At North Platte High School, staff members of the student newspaper have written editorials about a lawsuit against the school district despite what they say was a gag order on the story.