It does have a clause about “Falsely yelling FIRE! in a crowded building” Same basic principle.
Sorry, Millie. The 1st Amendment only refers to congress not restricting speech. Teachers can pretty much do whatever they want
Only in Privet schools that don’t received government funding.
The key is the Amendment restrictive the Government and case law indued that to it’s actors. But Public school can restricting on the grounds provided “a atmosphere conductive to learning.”
school is not a Democracy (nor is the working place) and besides, kids are minors.
So the bill of rights still applies to them. They are American citizens and thus the constitution and bill of rights applies to them
Well this either aged well, or we haven’t changed as a species. I’m kinda leaning on the latter.
I really hope it’s the former.
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