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Hazelwood School District v. Kuhlmeier

for EDUC 161 - 01
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Rebecka Bedard

on 27 February 2013

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Transcript of Hazelwood School District v. Kuhlmeier

Argued October 13, 1987
Decided January 13, 1988 Hazelwood School District v. Kuhlmeier The Facts: The Court's Reasoning Educational Impact Plaintiff:
Defendent: Defendants' 1st Amendment rights were not violated School Officials have the power to
censor student newspapers 484 U.S. 260, 108 S. Ct. 562, 98 L Ed. 2d 592, 1968 U.S. Amanda Shuller, Rebecka Bedard, Arwa Alsughaiyer Hazelwood School District
Catherine Kuhlmeier The Ruling Plaintiff Defendent Member of the school newspaper filed suit in Federal District Court against the petitioners School district and officials claimed 1st Amendment rights were violed by the deletion of two pages of articles from the school newspaper Article 1: described student's experience with pregnancy (part of which described specific sexual content)
Article 2: discussed the impact of divorce on students at the school School principal reviews newspaper and on this occasion object Location: East High School, St. Louis County Missouri Did school officials violate the students' 1st Amendment rights? School administration has the right to control the style and content of student speech when it is included in the school's expressive activities School has vested interest in protecting its image and the educational activities of students
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