School censorship without student input is not cool
Go to our education page and check out Nelson Hernandez's great story, and Valerie Strauss's Answer Sheet blog, on Churchill High students' fight for the right to produce the musical "Chicago," in the face of concern about religious and alcohol references. The most important fact in the story to me was that school officials did the editing of the script without any student involvement. That's not a good idea.
| October 28, 2009; 4:16 PM ET
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