Destruction of high school paper over gym class editorial called ‘silly’ censorship

Lynchburg News & Advance
Physical education teachers and the principal at a Virginia school didn’t like student journalists questioning whether student-athletes need gym class. “It’s one of the silliest censorship cases I’ve ever seen,” says Student Press Law Center attorney Adam Goldstein.
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