Should administrators screen student newspapers before press time?

07/11/2010 | Missoulian (Missoula, Mont.)

Students and teachers at a Montana high school say they are concerned over a school policy that requires student journalists to have their work approved by the school's principal before it is printed in the school newspaper. Teachers, journalism experts and students say that the requirement will harm student journalists' ability to print timely, uncensored news. The district also is considering changes to its student publication policy, but officials say it will not be as far-reaching as the school's.

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