It was completely unbiased, completely informative.” The school released an official statement on the matter, acknowledging that the publication “has generated strong opinions from those opposed to the content, as well as strong supporters of both the content and the First Amendment.” The school also said that, while in year’s past the principal typically would review the magazine before it went to print, not every article from this new issue was shared prior to publication and distribution.
They also recognize that the content isn’t necessarily appropriate for all ages.
A high school teacher in Indiana says she may face possible disciplinary action after her students published a magazine on dating and relationships, which covered topics such as friends with benefits, polyamory and break-up advice.
Michelle Burress, an English teacher and media advisor at Plainfield High School, is facing criticism from the school board after her publishing class distributed the first issue of their student-run magazine, The Shakedown.
25-YEAR-OLD CARA DELEVINGNE NAMED FACE OF DIOR'S NEW ANTI-AGING LINE AND PEOPLE ARE NOT HAPPY According to the Indy Star, the “Dating Survival Guide” included polls about the prevalence of sexting, cheap date ideas and cheesy pick-up lines, along with more serious information, like an interview with a police officer on dating violence and stories of how teachers met their spouses.
Around 1,700 copies were distributed to staff and students on Oct.
“The focus of ‘The Shakedown’ was a topic that is relevant to high school students, although as with anything, there are many opinions about what is appropriate and what is not.