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    • Technically not. The 1st Amendment only applies to laws made by congress. School officials can do pretty much anything they want.

      • Er, no. . . School officials may have qualified immunity in many cases, but they are governmental actors, and certainly subject to the first amendment (as incorporated against the states by the fourteenth amendment). See Tinker v. Des Moines (the “schoolhouse gate” line comes from there)

        • Correct! And there was a SCOTUS decision that public schools couldn’t require students to recite the Pledge of Allegiance, for multiple reasons under the 1A. This was such a no-brainer the Court actually handed down a pro-freedom decision right in the middle of WW II.

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