From The CAFE newsletter:
BRINGING THE MESSAGE TO STUDENTS
Friday, May 29 was a warm spring afternoon in Toronto. CAFE Director Paul Fromm spoke to a receptive grade 12 English class in West Toronto on the topic of "Internet Censorship." Many of the students were genuinely shocked to learn that they did not have freedom of speech or opinion over the Internet. The teacher remarked on the near perfect attendance -- a real achievement for the speaker, given that this was the last class of the day on a sunny Friday afternoon (a good time to cut the last class and get a head start on the weekend.)
The things they're dragging into our classrooms today. A real Internet law expert, a real free speech advocate, was apparently unavailable.
The newsletter gives no clue as to which high school Fromm appeared.