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The policy, issued two days after Green censored a story on the website of the Register , the school’s newspaper, says that it is intended “to affirm support for the school newspaper, but also outline guidelines around how it functions.” Seven Days obtained a copy of the new policy from the student journalists. It refers to Act 49, the Vermont law passed last year that was intended to prevent school administrators from censoring student journalists. But Green notes that there are six instances, such as libelous or slanderous information, that would be precluded from protection under the law, which is commonly referred to as New Voices. “The only way school administrators can ensure that distributed material passes this litmus test, they must have the ability to view all material before it is printed,” Green wrote. “Thus, moving forward the BHS Register will re-continue the policy from 2016/17 which required material to be submitted to the administration 48 hours prior to publication.” The students were scheduled to meet with Green on Friday to discuss his decision to pull down the Register story about guidance director Mario Macias, who faces state allegations of unprofessional conduct. But the newspaper editors — Julia Shannon-Grillo, Halle Newman, Nataleigh Noble and Jenna Peterson — asked to postpone the meeting after receiving Green’s directive. “We are saddened that this new policy does not include contributions from Burlington High School students, reporters, or community members, or experts in the field, or school board members,” the editors wrote in a statement. “And we are shocked that it does not acknowledge Vermont law H413, also known as New Voices.” Green on Thursday issued a statement saying he would allow the students to repost the story he’d ordered pulled down on Tuesday because it had “been published far and wide” by other outlets. The students have since reposted the story on the newspaper’s website. At a school board meeting Thursday evening , residents and students blasted Superintendent Yaw Obeng for the censorship and the handling of the Macias allegations . “While it is kind of Mr.
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