Here is the full article, http://www.thestarpress.com/articles/0/034971-1700-002.html
I just pulled out a few of the parts I thought were interesting.
"-Three-fourths of high school students surveyed either do not know how they feel about the First Amendment or admit they take it for granted.
-More than a third think the First Amendment goes too far in the rights it guarantees.
-Half erroneously believe the government has the right to censor the Internet.
-Seventy-five percent erroneously think flag burning is illegal."
"...'I very strongly believe that it's hypocritical for a school corporation to say it's preparing its students for life in a democratic society and then to turn around and review student publications before they are produced,' said Ada Anderson, a former BSU student who is now the yearbook adviser at Mooresville High School..."
"...Teachers and lawyers agree on one thing: students must routinely exercise their First Amendment rights for the student press to remain truly free and not just a public-relations tool for administrators."