The case involves The Revolution at Albemarle High School in Lynchburg, Va. A lowlight from The News & Advance:
Students had printed the edition, which featured an editorial questioning whether student-athletes need gym class, but the copies were trashed before students could see them after administrators heard complaints from physical education teachers.
The school wound up reprinting the edition.
This related article from About.com cites LoMonte saying that more and more journalism advisers are facing troubles over censorship.
I found out about both articles on The Poynter Institute's Romenesko blog, which is a must-follow in the news industry. I highly recommend it.
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