The Supreme Court and Student Speech on Social Media: An Analysis of the “Cheerleader” Case
The case where a high school punished a cheerleader for her rants against the school on Snapchat, was recently argued in the Supreme Court. How did the argument go? Will the Tinker v. Des Moines precedent be retained? Can a public school punish students for off-campus speech? Can such a social media post be disruptive enough to warrant public school punishment?
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