New Cases Test Landmark Ruling on School 1st Amendment Rights

, The Connecticut Law Tribune


Known as the "Tinker Standard," the law on free speech in public schools is governed by a 1969 U.S. Supreme Court decision giving students the right to vent for or against just about anything, as long as they don't create a disruption that violates the rights of others.

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