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Kopenhaver, Lillian Lodge; Click, J. William – Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 2001
Investigates press freedom in high school newspapers at the end of the century. Concludes that the findings paint a clear picture of a high school student press that is not free, that is controlled mostly by advisers, but also by principals, and that views editing of the paper by the faculty adviser as the norm. (SG)
Descriptors: Administrator Attitudes, Attitudes, Censorship, Court Litigation
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Magsino, Romulo F. – Educational Theory, 1979
Philosophical considerations in the Tinker v Des Moines declaration of the constitutional personhood of minors are presented. The questions are raised: To what degree should minors be afforded personal freedom under the law? and How does this freedom affect schools? Suggestions for clarification of the decision are given. (MJB)
Descriptors: Child Advocacy, Children, Civil Liberties, Civil Rights
Sorenson, Gail Paulus – 1980
In 1969, in "Tinker v. Des Moines," the Supreme Court declared that both students and teachers were entitled to exercise their constitutional rights while in school. The purpose of this dissertation was to discover whether the propositions and the philosophy of "Tinker" have been used by state and federal courts to support…
Descriptors: Academic Freedom, Censorship, Civil Liberties, Court Litigation