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More in the news about Policy 3220

Student journalists from five of Seattle’s high schools (Ballard, Garfield, Nathan Hale, Roosevelt and West Seattle) met yesterday afternoon in the Nathan Hale journalism room to debrief following a promise by Seattle interim Superintendent Susan Enfield to leave unchanged the district’s current student press rights policy. The meeting followed a four day whirlwind campaign to thwart the passage of Policy 3220, a controversial, restrictive student press policy that was recommended by the Washington State School Directors Association.

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November 3
Story first broke on KUOW-FM, local NPR affiliate
November 7 – EARLY
The Seattle Times
KIRO-AM News Radio morning interview with Ballard HS “Talisman” student editors, Kate Clark and Katie Kennedy
KOMO-AM afternoon interview with WJEA president Vince DeMiero (ACCESS PENDING)
November 7 – LATE
KUOW-FM late afternoon story/interview with Ballard editors Kate and Katie
November 8
The Stranger
The Seattle Times
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