Des Moines have significantly redefined student free speech since that time: Bethel School District No. In our system, students may not be regarded as closed-circuit recipients of only that which the State chooses to communicate.
Dissenting Opinion Justice Hugo L. The Court found for the principal Morse, saying that a principal may "consistent with the First Amendment, restrict student speech at a school event when that speech is reasonably viewed as promoting illegal drug use.
When Mary Beth arrived at school on Dec. The students were told they could not return to school until they agreed to remove their armbands. Although this right still belongs to both teachers and students, they must be analyzed despite the comprehensive authority of the states and school officials to control school conduct in uniform with constitutional safeguards.
Barnette in whether students may be forced to salute the flag or recite the pledge of allegiancethe Court ruled in favor of First Amendment protection for symbolic speech.
It was the school principal's Deborah Morse's decision to "permit staff and students to participate in the Torch Relay as an approved social event or class trip. The district court held for the school district. Do you agree?
Louis County, Missouri, removed two pages from the student-run newspaper, "The Spectrum," saying that the articles were "inappropriate. John and Mary Beth knew about the policy but they kept their armbands on as they walked into their classrooms in their Des Moines, Iowa public schools.