Dating a school teacher
"Most people would say that the vast majority of the publication, when you take all the drama and sensitive topic stuff out, was a really well-produced magazine."It's unfortunate that it's all been pushed to the side because of the strong opinions people have."The story has gained national attention, prompting several groups to come to the defense of the students and their teacher.
The Journalism Education Association, the largest scholastic journalism organization for teachers and advisers, released a statement in support of the class and its teacher this week.
The panel said Mrs Khan, who had been employed at the school since 2009, also took the boy to hotel rooms.
There were references in the messages to Mrs Nazam-Khan and Pupil A eating out together in restaurants although it was not clear who was paying.
Polls about the prevalence of sexting, lists of cheap date ideas and cheesy pick-up lines appeared next to more serious pieces like a Q&A with a police officer on dating violence and interviews with teachers who met their spouses in high school.
But in her case, no order was made because her misconduct was considered much less serious. Ms Kaur left the same month but now teaches at another school.
Plainfield High School students published a robust dating guide filled with articles about safe dating, break-ups and first kisses.
A married teacher has been banned from the classroom for life for having a nine-month affair with an 18-year-old student, whom she nicknamed 'The A Team'.
Amena Nazam-Khan, 36, who taught at Tong High School in Bradford, used Facebook and a mobile phone app to sext the schoolboy and send naked pictures of herself.
After being told she was suspended, she dumped her lover and messaged him: 'From now you will never discuss our relationship with anyone.'Can I also finally request, that all my photos are deleted. Because I don't want any other disgrace by school finding them.'Mrs Nazam-Khan repeatedly requested a copy of the minutes from Pupil A's meetings as part of the school's disciplinary investigation, the panel found.