October 4, 2015
REDDING, Calif. (AP) - Officials at a Northern California high school are reversing their decision to shut down a school newspaper that published a picture of a student burning an American flag.
Shasta High School's principal had said the student-run Volcano
newspaper was done.
But the district's superintendent says he was won over by an appeal from the incoming editor-in-chief.
Junior Amanda Cope says she wants to run a serious, respectable
The outgoing editor-in-chief, Connor Kennedy, said he published the front page photo and an accompanying editorial after his class studied flag burning as part of their government class.
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