Cheerleader’s profane Snapchat could define free speech off-campus

The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday on whether a Pennsylvania student’s First Amendment rights were violated when school officials punished her for making a profanity-filled social media post on a weekend. The justices’ decision in the case could determine whether public K-12 schools across the nation can discipline students for their off-campus speech that could cause substantial disruptions in the school’s operations.

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Source: UPI, April 28, 2021.


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