hazelwood-what would you do (1).docx - Name Trinity Ouellette Hazelwood v Kuhlmeier(1988 What Would You Do Directions Pretend you work on a high school

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Name: Trinity Ouellette Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier (1988)- What Would You Do? Directions: Pretend you work on a high school newspaper and it is your job to decide whether to publish articles. Assume you live in a state that has not passed "anti-Hazelwood" legislation extending greater First Amendment protection to school newspapers than that afforded by Hazelwood (Kansas has passed “anti-Hazelwood legislation). Below are brief descriptions of six articles you might receive. You will be put in groups and have each group discuss whether or not to publish the article, and why, and also whether you think the administration of your school would want to censor these articles. You should then be prepared to discuss your article with the rest of the class, and your reason for publishing or not publishing the article, keeping in mind the Supreme Court's decision in the Hazelwood case. 1. Following a drug arrest at your school, a student writes a first-person account of how his friend got arrested. In the article, he admits to some activities that are in violation of school rules and state law. He criticizes both the police and
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