Case Study: Hazelwood Vs. Kuhlmier Case

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Hazelwood Vs. Kuhlmier Case As Americans and students we have the rights that are listed under the constitution, including the First Amendment. The first amendment clearly states four rights that are important to a yearbook/journalism staff. Such as, The Freedom of Speech (Press), The Freedom of Religion, The Freedom to Assembly and The Freedom to Petition. The most important one for a yearbook staff is the freedom of speech, that being said why was the Kuhlmier Vs. Hazelwood case so important? If we have all these rights as Americans, does that mean our right are taken away by allowing administration to censor what is in the yearbook? In 1988,a case broke out between a high school jounalism class and Hazelwood School District. While the

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