Students and teachers at Fond du Lac High School are urging administrators to rethink a decision to impose prior review guidelines on student publications after the student magazine wrote an article about sexual assault.
Student journalists are petitioning their superintendent, asking him to reverse prior review guidelines created in response to the student news magazine’s article about sexual assault.
A University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee student is suing the university, alleging it failed to comply with the state’s public records law when it cited inordinately high labor costs and withheld documents relating to a university employee who is also a student.
The Wisconsin Senate’s Committee on Education voted unanimously last week to move forward on legislation that would add cyberbullying and electronic harassment to the state’s antibullying laws, as well as require school district officials to report certain bullying incidents to law enforcement regardless of where the incident took place.
Journalism organizations are expressing concern over a budget provision added by state lawmakers targeting the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism.
A Wisconsin county has approved a new ordinance that makes it a criminal offense to send electronic messages that annoy, offend or ridicule, following the adoption of similar laws in the county's municipalities.
Theparent of a Wisconsin middle school student dropped her free speech caseTuesday concerning the school’s ban on “I (Heart) Boobies” breast cancerawareness bracelets.
Afederal judge on Monday upheld a Wisconsin middle school’s ban on “I (Heart)Boobies” breast cancer awareness bracelets, finding the ban does not violatestudents’ free expression rights.
UPDATE: The Liberty Counsel, a nonprofit Christian legal organization, now says it is representing the student who wrote the column. The group is demanding the school district apologize for its treatment of student Brandon Wegner, or it "will take all appropriate measures to vindicate the rights" of Wegner.
Amid four concurrent investigations into allegedmisconduct in its student government, the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee Post has decided to sue two formerStudent Association leaders for the theft and destruction of approximately 800newspapers.