Censorship in School Newspapers

Censorship in School Newspapers

bannedSome Teen Journalists Encounter Censorship

Sensitive subjects — from investigations into personnel matters to relationships — are provoking anger and censorship for some school newspapers, according to the New York Times.  Its story notes that a 1988 Supreme Court decision allows administrators to decide what can be published. Fourteen states have laws along those lines, too. Looks like these young reporters are learning about a lot more than just how to interview people and write stories.