Calif. district relaxes oversight of student publications

11/15/2012 | Sacramento Bee (Calif.) (free registration), The

Officials in a California school district have revised a policy that allows the superintendent to review advertising in student publications after concerns were raised that the practice infringes on First Amendment rights. Under the revised policy, restrictions on commercial advertising in school newspapers and yearbooks have been eliminated.

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