School Administrators play a major role in the censorship that occurs in high school newspapers, for they essentially hold all the power when it comes to deciding which articles are "too" controversial. Teenage pregnancy seems to be without a doubt a topic that is censored tremendously by administrations nationwide. According to School Administrations, this topic seems to cause a disturbance in learning environments, as well as being a "legitimate pedagogical concern." Yet this censorship has caused much outrage, for students are starting to fight back, believing that school administrations are abusing their right to edit. In a survey I created, I asked students if they felt as though they ever had their freedom of speech violated, and 58% of students said they had experienced some sort of violation of their first amendment rights. It is clear that this is an issue that needs to be addressed.