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July 17, 2012 — How to get smart: News literacy programs train readers to look beyond infotainment, Kathleen Parker, Washington Post News Media Services, Washington, D.C. 2012-07-17
May 16, 2012 — Student praises journalism teacher for ability to connect, Marti Schodt, The Olympian, Olympia, Wash. 2012-05-16
April 16, 2012 — 5 ways young journalists can stay motivated, thrive in the newsroom, Tom Huang, The Poynter Institute, St. Petersburg, Fla. 2012-04-16
April 7, 2012 — Thanks, coach; we didn’t turn out all that bad, Eric Johnston, Merced (Calif.) Sun-Star, Merced, Calif. 2012-04-07
April 6, 2012 — Student Newspapers Still On Uncertain Ground, Walt Gardner, Education Week, Bethesda, Md. 2012-04-06
February 26, 2012 — Jack McElroy: Lessons from the Lenoir City school newspaper, Jack McElroy, Knoxville News Sentinel, Knoxville, Tenn. 2012-02-26
February 23, 2012 — Producing a print newspaper instills best practices in journalism students, Danny Edwards, The Bakersfield Californian, Bakersfield, Calif. 2012-02-23
February 10, 2012 — In closing student newspaper, school abandons principles of journalism, Alex Schneider, The Brandeis Hoot, Waltham, Mass. 2012-02-10
January 30, 2012 — What Schools are Really Blocking When They Block Social Media, S. Craig Watkins, Digital Media and Learning Research Hub, Irvine, Calif. 2012-01-30
December 14, 2011 — Editorial: Couageous Journalism, Toledo Blade, Toledo, Ohio 2011-12-14
November 28, 2011 — “What do I tell my journalism students about their future?”, Kate Morris, State of Search.com, The Netherlands 2011-11-28
November 22, 2011 — Iowa court upholds free speech, MCT, Newton Daily News, Newton, Iowa 2011-11-22
October 31, 2011 — Simpson Street Free Press not just about journalism, Chris Rickert, Wisconsin State Journal, Madison, Wis. 2011-10-31
September 16, 2011 — As social media grow, so does First Amendment appreciation, Eric Newton, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation 2011-09-16
September 12, 2011 — The Astonishing AOL/Huffington Post Plan to Profit on the Backs of Unpaid 13-Year-Old Bloggers (Seriously), Simon Dumenco, Ad Age 2011-09-12
September 9, 2011 — Huffpo and Patch Recruiting Bloggers as Young as 13, Jeff Bercovici, Forbes 2011-09-09
August 16, 2011 — Review of JHS journalists’ work hurts paper, profession, News and Tribune, Jeffersonville, Ind. 2011-08-16
July 31, 2011 — Unshelved, Georgiana McGriff, The Joplin Globe 2011-07-31
July 23, 2011 — A kid with the world at his feet, Nick Prevenas, Green Valley News and Sun 2011-07-23
June 30, 2011 — My hometown hero, Jose Vargas, Katherine Pantangco, Mountain View Voice 2011-06-30
June 25, 2011 — Don’t censor student news, Frank D. LoMonte, Iowa City Press-Citizen, Iowa City 2011-06-25
February 22, 2011 — English and journalism, Staff Writers, The Daily News Online, Longview, Wash. 2011-02-22
December 22, 2010 — The power of young pens, Donna Myrow, Los Angeles (Calif.) Times 2010-12-22
November 20, 2010 — Investing in the Future, Carol Stark, The Joplin (Mo.) Globe 2010-11-20
November 19, 2010 — That’s the power of journalism by Andy Hobbs, Andy Hobbs, Federal Way (Wash.) Mirror 2010-11-19
October 6, 2010 — Rutgers suicide spotlights need to teach online civility, Frank D. LoMonte, USA TODAY, Mclean, Va. 2010-10-06
September 23, 2010 — Journalism skills are crucial in a democracy, Bonnie Bressers, Manhattan (Kan.) Mercury 2010-09-23
September 7, 2010 — Our View: Students learn from their own newspaper, The Herald, Sierra Vista, Ariz. 2010-09-07
August 22, 2010 — That’s what good student newspapers do, Tom Mitchell, Las Vegas (Nev.) Review-Journal 2010-08-22
August 11, 2010 — States should protect student journalists, Frank D. LoMonte, Philadelphia (Pa.) Inquirer 2010-08-11
August 11, 2010 — States should protect student journalists, Frank D. LoMonte, Philadelphia (Pa.) Inquirer 2010-08-11
July 6, 2010 — Giving back through journalism, Tyree Harris, The Oregon (Eugene) Daily Emerald 2010-07-06
June 18, 2010 — AHS decision handled badly published, The News & Advance , Charlottesville, Va. 2010-06-18
June 3, 2010 — Where Journalism Begins , Marci Burstiner, North Coast Journal, Arcata, Calif. 2010-06-03
May 28, 2010 — High school journalism teaches more than writing , Matt Stearn, Erie (Pa.) Times-News 2010-05-28
March 17, 2010 — Student journalism, The Courier-Journal , Louisville, Kent. 2010-03-17
March 16, 2010 — Student journalism is under attack, Ken Winter, Traverse City, (Mich.) Record-Eagle 2010-03-16
March 15, 2010 — Facing the music published, Las Vegas Review-Journal 2010-03-15
January 28, 2010 — Teachers union tries to silence Fallon student, Las Vegas (Nev.) Review-Journal 2010-01-28
January 8, 2010 — We need high school journalism classes, Cynthia Parkhill, Lake County Record-Bee , Lakeport, Calif. 2010-01-08
January 2, 2010 — First Amendment applies to CCHS’ student press, LVN Editorial Board, Lahontan Valley News , Fallon, Nev. 2010-01-02
December 15, 2009 — Stevenson, Statesman need intervention , Daily Herald Editorial Board, Daily Herald, Arlington Heights, Ill. 2009-12-15
December 3, 2009 — Stevenson controversy is educational opportunity, Chicago Sun-Times, Glenview, Ill. 2009-12-03
December 2, 2009 — Executive Summary: 1.4 Percent Coverage for Education is Not Enough, Darrell M. West, Grover J. “Russ” Whitehurst, and E.J. Dionne, Jr., The Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C. 2009-12-02
November 11, 2009 — Justice delayed , Michael McGough, Los Angeles (Calif.) Times 2009-11-11
November 8, 2009 — Student newspapers teach valuable lessons, Wausau (Wis.) Daily Herald 2009-11-08
October 13, 2009 — School records request seeks Pirate Press details, Nate Boon, Boonville (Mo.) Daily News 2009-10-13
August 2, 2009 — West Fargo schools in trouble, The Forum, North Fargo, ND 2009-08-02
July 23, 2009 — West Fargo School Board’s conduct peculiar, indeed, Sheri McMahon, The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead (N.D.) 2009-07-23
June 28, 2009 — What kind of lesson will West Fargo students learn?, John Irby, The Bismarck (N.D) Tribune 2009-06-28
June 7, 2009 — Mike Lloyd: Press visit sparked journalism career for Newsday reporter, Mike Lloyd, The Grand Rapids (Mich.) Press 2009-06-07
May 8, 2009 — Advice from Mother to Daughter: Don’t Go Into Journalism, Frances Dinkelspiel, San Francisco (Calif.) Chronicle 2009-05-08
April 24, 2009 — New law thwarts H.S. journalists , Stepehen Key, Reporter-Times, Martinsville, Ind. 2009-04-24
April 22, 2009 — Educators teach First Amendment — then ignore it, Alice Armstrong, The State Journal-Register, Springfield, Ill. 2009-04-22
April 17, 2009 — ICSD should preserve students’ right to public forum, The Ithaca (N.Y) Journal 2009-04-17
April 6, 2009 — The Statesman’s loss, Chicago (Calif.) Tribune 2009-04-06
March 24, 2009 — What’s Hot: Ernest Ward Middle School’s Newspaper, North Escambia, Walnut Hill, Fla 2009-03-24
March 9, 2009 — Support House Bill 43, North Hardin High School’s The Trojan Triumph, The News-Enterprise, Hardin County, Ky. 2009-03-09
March 7, 2009 — Freedom of speech also comes with significant responsibility, Donna Donovan, The Observer-Dispatch, Utica, N.Y. 2009-03-07
March 6, 2009 — Thank a teacher for that, Jena Passut , The Tidewater News, Franklin, Va. 2009-03-06
March 4, 2009 — Delivery is changing, but messengers still needed, Mary Haupt, Binghamton (N.Y.) Press & Sun-Bulletin 2009-03-04
February 28, 2009 — Despite journalism’s financial pains, it’s still worth it, says Flint Journal writer Kristin Longley, Kristin Longley, The Flint (Mich.) Journal 2009-02-28
February 25, 2009 — Wrong message for ‘free press’ , Daily Herald, Arlington Heights, Ill. 2009-02-25
February 19, 2009 — Teach students responsibility — and freedom, Lexington (Ky.) Herald-Leader 2009-02-19
February 16, 2009 — A teaching moment, Chicago (Ill.) Tribune 2009-02-16
February 11, 2009 — She Showed Me Her “Yet”, Roy Exum, Chattanooga (Tenn.) Times Free Press 2009-02-11
February 9, 2009 — Student lucks out with Sully interview, Danville (Calif.) Weekly 2009-02-09
February 9, 2009 — How newspapers can win over the next generation, You Jung Kim, Seattle (Wash.) Post-Intelligencer 2009-02-09
February 4, 2009 — Free speech in Kentucky high schools, The News-Enterprise, Elizabethtown, Kent. 2009-02-04
January 26, 2009 — Student journalists live under censorship, The Indianapolis (Ind.) Star 2009-01-26
December 13, 2008 — Stepaniak right to censor ‘Echo’ article, Faribault (Minn.) Daily news 2008-12-13
December 10, 2008 — Beyond the Spin: Rethinking journalism spiel; As newspapers grow weak, encouraging teens to consider this career seems wrong, George Curry, The Philadelphia Inquirer 2008-12-10
November 17, 2008 — Beyond reporting, a mess at Emerald Ridge, The Seattle (Wash.) Times 2008-11-17
November 14, 2008 — Students’ Protest Sends Wrong Message, Kaitlyn Bivin, The Colleyville (Texas) Courier 2008-11-14
October 23, 2008 — Millennials Define News Like Boomers Do, Gregory Favre, PoynterOnline, St. Petersburg, Fla. 2008-10-23
September 25, 2008 — Hooters ad brings in profit, problems, Logan Jenkins , San Diego Union-Tribune 2008-09-25
September 22, 2008 — Student newspapers would do well to go online, Deidre Green, The Capital Times, Madison, Wis. 2008-09-22
September 10, 2008 — Students go to print: Free forum for expression, Brent Champaco, The News Tribune, Tacoma, Wash. 2008-09-10
August 25, 2008 — My Trip Inside: Nothing could have prepared me for the dysfunction and tragedy of working at one of Washington, D.C.’s failing schools., Pat Wingert, Newsweek, New York 2008-08-25
August 7, 2008 — Protecting journalism teachers, San Jose Mercury News 2008-08-07
July 23, 2008 — District erred in student’s free-speech case, North County Times, Escondido, Calif. 2008-07-23
July 23, 2008 — Censored Fallbrook High editorial, Margaret Dupes, North County Times, Escondido, Calif. 2008-07-23
June 29, 2008 — Everett schools can refocus on education, The Herald, Everett, Wash. 2008-06-29
June 25, 2008 — A lesson lost, The Blade, Toledo, Ohio 2008-06-25
June 20, 2008 — Media Watch- News in the schools, Bill Walsh, The Billerica (Mass.) Minuteman 2008-06-20
June 19, 2008 — Flag burning wrongly doomed high school newspaper, The Topeka (Kan.) Capital-Journal 2008-06-19
June 18, 2008 — Student newspaper unjustly censored, The Daily Evergreen, Pullman, Wash. 2008-06-18
June 17, 2008 — First Amendment Controversy: A ‘done’ deal that shouldn’t be, Times-Herald, Vallejo, Calif. 2008-06-17
June 12, 2008 — A flag-burning flap, San Francisco Chronicle 2008-06-12
June 11, 2008 — Stopping press is wrong reply to flag burning, Record Searchlight, Redding, Calif. 2008-06-11
May 2, 2008 — Journalism just might be the answer to a parent’s prayers, Ken Robertson, Tri-City (Wash.) Herald 2008-05-02
April 24, 2008 — Can MTV make high school journalism hip and sexy?, Darren Garnick, The Telegraph, Nashua, N.H. 2008-04-24
April 20, 2008 — ‘Paper’ real fun; I should know, Denise Neil , The Wichita (Kan.) Eagle 2008-04-20
April 14, 2008 — We can’t censor everything that may offend someone, Xathia Thomas, Great Falls (Mont.) Tribune 2008-04-14
April 1, 2008 — A school’s lesson on free speech, Karen List, Daily Hampshire Gazette, Northampton, Mass. 2008-04-01
March 19, 2008 — No news is bad news for Kearsley journalism students, Kelly Flynn, The Flint (Mich.) Journal 2008-03-19
February 13, 2008 — Student newspaper staffs learn early about outside control, David Hawpe, The Courier-Journal, Louisville, Ky. 2008-02-13
January 12, 2008 — Unmuzzling High School Journalists, Richard Just, The Washington Post 2008-01-12
January 8, 2008 — Water Cooler: In spite of stress, journalism proves a wonderful learning experience, Jordan McDaniel, The Free Lance-Star, Fredericksburg, Va. 2008-01-08
November 27, 2007 — 5th Circuit extends limits on student speech, Douglas Lee, Special to the First Amendment Center Online, Nashville, Tenn. 2007-11-27
November 18, 2007 — Recording makes Danbury ISD mistakes clear, Bill Cornwell, The Brazosport Facts, Clute, Texas 2007-11-18
October 26, 2007 — Civics 101: Censoring students robs democracy, Joe Dennis, Atlanta Journal-Constitution 2007-10-26
October 23, 2007 — From Smoke Signals: Another ‘modest proposal’, Justin Jones, Atlanta Journal-Constitution 2007-10-23
October 23, 2007 — From Smoke Signals: Indian Princess pageant shallow, destructive , Caitlyn Van Orden, Atlanta Journal-Constitution 2007-10-23
October 23, 2007 — Career Day appearance designed to right a decades-old wrong, Ken Rodriguez, San Antonio Express-News 2007-10-23
October 7, 2007 — Young journalists point to hopeful future, Daily Herald, Arlington Heights, Ill. 2007-10-07
October 3, 2007 — Freedom of speech isn’t shield for ignorance, Maureen Downey, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution 2007-10-03
August 28, 2007 — Bittersweet victory, Petoskey (Mich.) News-Review 2007-08-28
August 12, 2007 — We’re strangling high school free speech, press , Gene Policinski, First Amendment Center, Nashville, Tenn. 2007-08-12
July 27, 2007 — Hungry for younger readers, newspapers should embrace their voices, Larry Atkins, The Christian Science Monitor, Boston 2007-07-27
July 24, 2007 — Student speech at risk as new school year nears, Erie (Pa.) Times-News 2007-07-24
July 18, 2007 — Student speech protected, The Register-Guard, Eugene, Ore. 2007-07-18
July 9, 2007 — Protect freedom of student press, Detroit Free Press 2007-07-09
June 29, 2007 — Journalism lesson, Adrian Walker, The Boston Globe 2007-06-29
June 13, 2007 — Reaction to student journalist was overkill, Julie Muhlstein, Herald, Everett, Wash. 2007-06-13
June 5, 2007 — Star for teacher: East Jordan students deal with ‘prior review’ as adviser is honored, Alice Perrault, Traverse City (Mich.) Record-Eagle 2007-06-05
May 29, 2007 — Student newspapers prove their relevance, Kathy Nufer, The Post-Crescent, Appleton, Wis. 2007-05-29
May 22, 2007 — Take a look at high school’s newspaper, Bob Ratterman, The Oxford (Ohio) Press 2007-05-22
May 13, 2007 — Goodbye student writer, hello to future journalist, Ariana Diggs, T.I.P. Staff Writer, The Boston Globe 2007-05-13
May 5, 2007 — Indiana school board rejects call for tolerance: Teacher punished for letting student’s column into school newspaper, Kay McSpadden, The Charlotte (N.C.) Observer 2007-05-05
May 3, 2007 — EACS officials still don’t get it, David L. Adams, The Journal Gazette, Fort Wayne, Ind. 2007-05-03
May 2, 2007 — School paper tiff teaches sad lesson in basic civics, The Indianapolis Star 2007-05-02
May 1, 2007 — EACS has documented anti-gay stance, Steven Carr, The Journal Gazette, Fort Wayne, Ind. 2007-05-01
April 30, 2007 — A tolerant follow-up on inclusiveness, Mark Miller, News-Banner, Bluffton, Ind. 2007-04-30
April 28, 2007 — EACS stands by First Amendment interpretation, The Journal Gazette, Fort Wayne, Ind. 2007-04-28
April 25, 2007 — Who should edit school newspapers?, David Prather, The Huntsville (Ala.) Times 2007-04-25
April 23, 2007 — Being tolerant of tolerance, Mark Miller, News-Banner, Bluffton, Ind. 2007-04-23
April 21, 2007 — Teens learn hard lesson about First Amendment: Fort Myers High School principal was wrong to arbitrarily muzzle students’ writing about issues, The News-Press, Fort Myers, Fla. 2007-04-21
April 20, 2007 — Dueling Demonstrations, The News-Sentinel, Fort Wayne, Ind. 2007-04-20
April 18, 2007 — Bill would protect students’ free press rights, Kyu Ho Youm, The Register-Guard, Eugene, Ore. 2007-04-18
April 15, 2007 — Woodlan’s integrity at stake over adviser, Terry Nelson, The Journal-Gazette, Fort Wayne, Ind. 2007-04-15
April 3, 2007 — Should This Teacher Be Fired?, Herald-Argus, LaPorte, Ind. 2007-04-03
March 27, 2007 — … and principal could do much better, Ray Begovich, The News-Sentinel, Fort Wayne, Ind. 2007-03-27
March 22, 2007 — Follow the First Amendment, The Herald Bulletin, Anderson, Ind. 2007-03-22
March 18, 2007 — Pressure on high school press, John Canalis, Press-Telegram, Long Beach, Calif. 2007-03-18
March 14, 2007 — What can students say?: Principals should exercise their control over school papers with some finesse, Bob Caylor, The News-Sentinel, Fort Wayne, Ind. 2007-03-14
March 14, 2007 — Limiting student press bad precedent, Carol Singletary, Clovis (N.M.) News Journal 2007-03-14
March 8, 2007 — Student speech should be protected, Stephen Dick, The Herald-Bulletin, Anderson, Ind. 2007-03-08
March 7, 2007 — Schools can’t censor protected speech, Dean Hume, The Cincinnati Enquirer 2007-03-07
March 1, 2007 — Woodlan case in murky waters: Mix of homosexuality, religion is troublesome for older journalists too, Kevin Leininger, The News-Sentinel, Fort Wayne, In.d 2007-03-01
February 19, 2007 — Our view: Right to write: Bill protects freedom of student journalists, The Spokesman-Review, Spokane, Wash. 2007-02-19
February 12, 2007 — Opposing view: Keep principals involved, Arcella Hall, USA Today, McLean, Va. 2007-02-12
February 12, 2007 — Our view on censorship in schools: Schools fail Free Speech 101, USA Today, McLean, Va. 2007-02-12
February 7, 2007 — St. Francis students, staff learn lessons about rights and responsibilities, Don Heinzman, Anoka County (Minn.) Union 2007-02-07
January 31, 2007 — Giving student journalists ownership of their papers, Andrea Otanez, The Seattle Times 2007-01-31
January 28, 2007 — Washington lawmaker tries to protect student journalism, Margie Boulé, The Oregonian, Portland 2007-01-28
January 26, 2007 — Legislators can reinvigorate free speech, Kenneth F. Bunting, Seattle Post-Intelligencer 2007-01-26
January 21, 2007 — Lessons to be learned from newspaper ordeal, Michael Morris, The Facts, Clute, Texas 2007-01-21
December 27, 2006 — Teens and the Internet — Attention-getting: Teens who post photos of their drinking online may have more issues than alcohol, The Topkea (Kan.) Capital-Journal 2006-12-27
December 22, 2006 — In our view: Kudos to student paper, The Joplin (Mo.) Globe 2006-12-22
December 1, 2006 — ‘Tribune’ focus of conference project, Bob Ratterman, The Oxford (Ohio) Press 2006-12-01
November 29, 2006 — Strong voice speaks at BC, Chris Dorn, Yourhub.com, Lakewood, Colo. 2006-11-29
November 25, 2006 — Teach students to believe in themselves and their dreams, Jaime Baranyai, Rolla (Mo.) Daily News 2006-11-25
November 15, 2006 — School paper melds the ‘I’ and the ‘us’, Nesren Elhertani, The News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C. 2006-11-15
October 27, 2006 — Principal cuts out a teachable moment, Sue Carlton, St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times 2006-10-27
October 20, 2006 — Gagging of the student press, Susan Paynter, Seattle Post-Intelligencer 2006-10-20
October 8, 2006 — Students get taste of 24/7 journalism, Kathleen Norton, Poughkeepsie (N.Y.) Journal 2006-10-08
October 3, 2006 — Job on newspaper teaches more than journalism, Michelle Simon, The Post-Standard, Syracuse, N.Y. 2006-10-03
October 2, 2006 — Youth tuning in to new media, Warren Watson, The Journal Gazette, Fort Wayne, Ind. 2006-10-02
September 29, 2006 — When a teacher become a hero, The Daily Press, Escambia, Mich. 2006-09-29
September 25, 2006 — Creepy Times at Claremont High, Bob Sipchen, Los Angeles Times 2006-09-25
September 25, 2006 — We wish this student newspaper well, Arizona Daily Star, Tucson 2006-09-25
July 19, 2006 — High school journalists tested, too, Mizell Stewart III, Akron (Ohio) Beacon Journal 2006-07-19
July 17, 2006 — Recent HS grads press for newspaper freedoms, Susan Paynter, Seattle Post-Intelligencer 2006-07-17
June 3, 2006 — Taking a step back helps move us forward , Rex Smith, Times Union, Albany, N.Y. 2006-06-03
June 1, 2006 — Reisman revises old motto for young, new journalists, Phil Reisman, The Journal News, White Plains, N.Y. 2006-06-01
May 25, 2006 — Fla.’s top girl journalist reports from D.C., Becky Farber, The Miami Herald 2006-05-25
May 19, 2006 — Compromise works for your journalists, The Indianapolis Star 2006-05-19
May 4, 2006 — My View: Persistence pays off for young journalist, Lee Coppola, The Buffalo (N.Y.) News 2006-05-04
April 25, 2006 — Students at Newspaper Silenced, Rick Green, The Courant, Hartford, Conn. 2006-04-25
April 11, 2006 — School papers worthy of prizes, worthy of funds, Wilson L. Barto Sr., The Philadelphia Inquirer 2006-04-11
April 7, 2006 — The Revelation: Not your ordinary high school paper, Ken Rodriguez, San Antonio Express-News 2006-04-07
April 6, 2006 — Students Headed for GHS Should Consider Journalism, David Bress, The Dispatch, Gilroy, Calif. 2006-04-06
March 30, 2006 — Student voice shouldn’t have been silenced, Kevin Lyons, Northwest Herald, Crystal Lake, Ill. 2006-03-30
March 29, 2006 — A sort-of noble calling, Phil Drake, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, West Covina, Calif. 2006-03-29
March 28, 2006 — Censorship fight comes to an end, Jake Sanches, Northwest Herald, Crystal Lake, Ill. 2006-03-28
March 26, 2006 — Attempt at censorship ill-advised, Dan McCaleb, Northwest Herald, Crystal Lake, Ill. 2006-03-26
February 27, 2006 — Journalism teacher presses students to serve, be vigilant, Rob Zaleski, The Capital Times, Madison, Wis. 2006-02-27
February 13, 2006 — Our view: Principal has right to censor teen journalists: NHS’s Petty can OK publishing of sex story if information is handled professionally, fairly by Mill Stream newspaper, The Noblesville (Ind.) Ledger 2006-02-13
January 30, 2006 — Taking away a writer’s most prized possession, James H. Smith, Connecticut Post, Bridgeport 2006-01-30
January 23, 2006 — Shores school paper is at issue: Student co-editor, superintendent clash over editorial policy of class, Charles E. Ramirez, The Detroit News 2006-01-23
January 6, 2006 — Farris Hassan, South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Fort Lauderdale 2006-01-06
January 6, 2006 — Greenway Groove: 16-years-old and a columnist; who’d have thought?, Siri Ann Frey, Lahontan Valley News and Fallon Eagle Standard, Fallon, Nev. 2006-01-06
December 28, 2005 — Naples High School, Naples Daily News 2005-12-28
December 1, 2005 — Censorship of the school paper, The Blade, Toledo, Ohio 2005-12-01
November 21, 2005 — Let press freedom ring at Everett High School, Herald, Everett, Wash. 2005-11-21
November 9, 2005 — Ridgeview pulls column on homosexuality, Mary Maraghy, The Florida Times-Union, Jacksonville 2005-11-09
October 23, 2005 — Free speech at Warwick High, The Times Herald-Record, Middleton, N.Y. 2005-10-23
October 21, 2005 — In defense of journalism (well, sort of), Mark McGuire, Times Union, Albany, N.Y. 2005-10-21
October 12, 2005 — Unwelcome lesson, The Indianapolis Star 2005-10-12
October 2, 2005 — One tip I should have shared with young writers, Sylvester Brown Jr., St. Louis Post-Dispatch 2005-10-02
September 25, 2005 — Pursuit of truth means difficult decisions (Editor’s Notebook), Joe Buttweiler, Globe Gazette, Mason City, Iowa 2005-09-25
September 24, 2005 — Don’t stop student presses, just use common sense, Jeffrey McCall, The Indianapolis Star 2005-09-24
August 24, 2005 — Let students exercise their right to write, The Indianapolis Star 2005-08-24
August 12, 2005 — Board isn’t afraid of hard questions, The Repository, Canton, Ohio 2005-08-12
May 28, 2005 — Undercover work ethically shaky: Did teen journalist’s scrutiny of military recruiting practices cross the line?, Jason Salzman, Rocky Mountain News, Denver 2005-05-28
May 25, 2005 — The continuing battle for an uncensored press, David Prather, The Huntsville (Ala.) Times 2005-05-25
May 14, 2005 — School papers put up a mirror to communities, Phill Casaus, The Albuquerque (N.M.) Tribune 2005-05-14
March 16, 2005 — Save the Skier Sentinel, The Aspen (Colo.) Times 2005-03-16
March 13, 2005 — Many students willing to give government control of press, Michael Arrieta-Walden, The Oregonian, Portland 2005-03-13
February 28, 2005 — Students deserve facts, not FACT, Laurel Walker, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 2005-02-28
February 26, 2005 — Censorship alive and well in Fordyce, Richard Duke, The Benton (Ark.) Courier 2005-02-26
February 20, 2005 — The First Amendment not adequately taught, San Antonio Express-News 2005-02-20
February 9, 2005 — To mold good citizens, offer journalism, civics classes, Andrea Neal, The Indianapolis Star 2005-02-09
February 9, 2005 — Chilling survey results, Star-Tribune, Berryville, Ark. 2005-02-09
February 7, 2005 — Students must review First Amendment: Survey results are alarming, The Times-Herald, Port Huron, Mich. 2005-02-07
February 7, 2005 — Future of free press is in doubt, Corvallis Gazette Times, Corvallis, Ore. 2005-02-07
February 6, 2005 — Errant youth revealed, Larry Wilson, Pasadena Star-News, Pasadena, Calif. 2005-02-06
February 6, 2005 — Survey asks: Government as publisher?, Phil Lewis, Naples (Fla.) Daily News 2005-02-06
February 6, 2005 — It hasn’t gotten any easier to be a student journalist, David Shaw, Los Angeles Times 2005-02-06
February 6, 2005 — Freedom’s just another word to nation’s high school students, Andrea Hopkins, Bristol (Va.) Herald Courier 2005-02-06
February 5, 2005 — Disheartening news: First Amendment doesn’t get top billing, Anderson (S.C.) Independent-Mail 2005-02-05
February 5, 2005 — U.S. schools need to teach basic U.S. ideals, Asheville (N.C.) Citizen-Times 2005-02-05
February 4, 2005 — First Amendment a big deal, indeed , The Daily Press, Escanaba, Mich. 2005-02-04
February 3, 2005 — Survey says: Danger in the next generation: If you are already worried about the commitment of the voting public to our republic, read no further. The news about the next generation is downright frightening., Main Line LIfe, Wynnewood, Pa. 2005-02-03
February 2, 2005 — First Amendment, anyone?, Ithaca (N.Y.) Times 2005-02-02
January 27, 2005 — Students, stick to journalistic guns, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution 2005-01-27
January 26, 2005 — Gwinnett Opinions: The Berkmar controversy: Student editorials present two sides of the issue of a school club for gay students, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution 2005-01-26
December 15, 2004 — The Joys of Journalism: Top high school teacher shares her philosophy on student scribes, Beth Fitts, The Sun Herald, Biloxi, Miss. 2004-12-15
November 28, 2004 — Wrong lesson sent to students, Palladium-Item, Richmond, Ind. 2004-11-28
November 24, 2004 — Student journalists learn wrong lesson, The Indianapolis Star 2004-11-24
August 26, 2004 — Internships valuable lessons to be learned for ‘real world’ experience, Anita Mevawala, The Villager, The Woodlands, Texas 2004-08-26
June 3, 2004 — Listening with ears wide open, Columbia Basin Herald, Moses Lake, Wash. 2004-06-03
May 28, 2004 — Journalism adviser’s coaching, and red pen, influenced reporter’s career: Teacher treated every student as an individual, and her advice, support and wisdom still appreciated, Charlie Roduta, The News-Sentinel, Fort Wayne, Ind. 2004-05-28
May 16, 2004 — My paper v. high school during Brown v. Board, John Hall, Media General News Service 2004-05-16
May 16, 2004 — Katie Bedell had the right idea, Carol Talley, The Sentinel, Carlisle, Pa. 2004-05-16
March 9, 2004 — Belen students can’t read about their big victory, Jim DeFede, The Miami Herald 2004-03-09
March 7, 2004 — Lely principal turns editor, pulls column, Phil Lewis, Naples (Fla.) Daily News 2004-03-07
February 18, 2004 — High school newspapers: Taking heat is part of the process, Tom Bell, The Salina (Kan.) Journal 2004-02-18
December 12, 2003 — Journalism students tackle tough issue, John Schneider, Lansing (Mich.) State Journal 2003-12-12
June 4, 2003 — Elimination of paper causes students to miss out, Daily Journal, Franklin, Ind. 2003-06-04
December 3, 2002 — Blazer staff report is fair, The Olympian, Olympia , Wash. 2002-12-03
August 11, 2002 — Campers show journalistic passion, Linda Grist Cunningham, Rockford (Ill.) Register Star 2002-08-11
July 28, 2002 — Friends of Free Speech, a Newspaper Needs You, Paul Pflueger, Los Angeles Times 2002-07-28
July 24, 2002 — Newsrom stint will enhance my classroom, Thom Dawson, The News-Sentinel, Fort Wayne, Ind. 2002-07-24
June 3, 2002 — It’s time to return journalism to classroom, Richard Louv, The San Diego Union-Tribune 2002-06-03
March 12, 2002 — Editorial: Young journalist just trying to cover the news, The Indianapolis Star 2002-03-12
March 1, 2002 — The Purity of Their Passion: Teaching high-school students reminds this journalist why this profession is so important, Mark McCormick, American Journalism Review 2002-03-01
February 3, 2002 — Teen drug shocker: MHS addiction story a wake-up call, The Bradenton (Fla.) Herald 2002-02-03
January 16, 2002 — Student rights: New code could alter school newspapers, Intelligencer Journal, Lancaster, Pa. 2002-01-16
January 15, 2002 — Public Schools: Limits on student journalists strict enough in Pennsylvania, The Morning Call, Allentown, Pa. 2002-01-15
October 18, 2001 — Reading wrong lessons from a cheat sheet, Marc Fisher, The Washington Post 2001-10-18
July 29, 2001 — Journalism students cut their teeth in high school, Rich Oppel, Austin (Texas) American Statesman 2001-07-29
May 19, 2001 — School newspapers create journalists — and citizens, Janet Weaver, Sarasota (Fla.) Herald-Tribune 2001-05-19
April 25, 2001 — Student Columnist Discovers Power in Words, Courtland Milloy, The Washington Post 2001-04-25
April 17, 2001 — A Case History for an Ethics Class, Jay Matthews, The Washington Post 2001-04-17
March 20, 2001 — Principal shuts down newspaper, Laura Pulfer, The Cincinnati Enquirer 2001-03-20
January 9, 2001 — My favorite teacher, Thomas L. Friedman, The New York Times 2001-01-09
March 27, 1999 — Responsible media rights should be taught, Richard Louv, The San Diego Union-Tribune 1999-03-27