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Leeds 1 Katie Leeds Mr. Steve Wyrick CCP, ENG-1201(3) 8 February 2018 The Issue of School Censorship The First Amendment of the U. S. Constitution brings about much debate when discussing it. Part of this debate involves how it should be applied to high school students. Most high school officials argue that students do not have the same First Amendment rights as their adult counterparts. However, the problem of censorship is that it can negatively affect students’ education and their abilities to confront uncomfortable situations. Censorship also has a negative impact on educators as they must determine whether they can teach certain content or if what they are teaching will cause controversy. This causes tension between administration, faculty, and students. There is great difficulty in resolving the issue of censorship in high schools. The sources included expand on situations of censorship in schools and how it can be costly to individuals. These sources discuss previous court cases of high schools censoring students, how censoring affects students and teachers, and how school administrations determine what they are allowed to censor when it comes to students’ speech.
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Leeds 2 Annotated Bibliography “Censorship in the Cyber Age.” Reading Today , vol. 18, no. 4, Feb./Mar. 2001, pp. 22-23.
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  • Annotated Bibliography, Supreme Court of the United States, First Amendment to the United States Constitution, School Censorship

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