Press Law and Press Freedom for High School Publications: Court Cases and Related Decisions Discussing Free Expression Guarantees and Limitations for High School Students and Journalists by Louis Edward Ingelhart (Hardback, 1986)
How the provisions of the First Amendment pertain to high school publications is thoroughly examined in this practical reference manual. Ingelhart presents a comprehensive and useful review of nearly all court cases and legal provisions relating to high school newspapers, yearbooks, and magazines, as well as to the students producing them. The overall concept of a free press as provided for in the First and Fourteenth Amendments is discussed. Related free expression matters are presented as background for understanding the Constitutional protections provided for high school journalists. Court-approved restraints on or regulations of the high school press are examined in depth, as are other forms of expression considered outside First Amendment coverage. Special problems concerning printers, photographers, and suppliers are also considered, as are the legal quandries of advisers. The entire volume is carefully arranged into specific sections for quick and convenient use as a reference source. An antated alphabetical listing of all cases referred to includes available legal citations and indicates the location of additional information.