N.J. district considers whether principal should review newspaper's content

06/25/2013 | NJ.com (Hackensack, N.J.)

Officials in one New Jersey school district are reviewing how it has been enforcing a policy requiring the principal to review the high-school newspaper prior to publication; however, some say the rule should be lifted. The school board heard from one New Jersey newspaper's managing editor, who told officials -- and students -- that prior-review policies are typical in journalism. Only, at a working newspaper, content scheduled for publication is reviewed by an editor, not the principal, it was noted.

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