Oregon student journalist covers protests

July 30, 2020

This young woman is not typical and we don't advocate for students putting themselves in harm's way to do their reporting, but it's an inspiring story that deserves to be part of our "Fearless" series. And Portland may be far...

Tinkerversary celebrates 50 years of student free speech

February 22, 2019

                By Mark Walsh / Education Week February 21, 2019 This Education Week blog post provides a quick history of the Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Sch...

Teaching is not for the faint of heart

May 16, 2018

The next time someone spouts off about teachers whining or not working enough or whatever the latest angle might be justifying current working conditions, this column by Dave Perry, of the Aurora Sentinel, might provide some counterarguments. Thanks to Rangeview HS adviser Zeb Carabello for all h...

Student reporting helps community avoid unqualified adminstrator

April 22, 2017

Here is the best-reported article on how Pittsburgh, Kansas student journalists used dogged reporting to expose a new principal as unqualified. They are heading to Washington for the White House Correspondence Dinner, among many oth...

Eaton journalists facilitate community debates on mascot

October 30, 2016

Sometimes being FEARless is simply helping a community have a civil discussion about an issue. Community members, students and district employees conducted a great civil dialogue at the Red Ink’s public forum to discuss th...

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