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What is freedom of expression?
What rights to freedom of expression do students have?
What has the Supreme Court said about free expression?
May public schools impose dress codes and uniforms?
May a school punish a student for wearing Confederate flag attire?
Are political messages on students’ clothing protected?
Can students wear clothing with profanity?
May a public school official legally censor a school-sponsored publication, like a newspaper or yearbook?
May a public school legally censor an off-campus, 'underground' student publication?
May administrators remove controversial books from school library shelves?
What types of books are most subject to censorship?
Is speech on the Internet entitled to as much protection as speech in more traditional media?
Does it matter whether a student creates his cyberspeech at school?
May schools enforce speech codes on school grounds?
May a public school exclude certain student clubs or groups?
If a student creates his material at home, how can school officials possibly regulate it?
Can school officials restrict online expression because it contains offensive language?
Are public school students required to recite the Pledge of Allegiance?
May students pray or discuss religion in public schools?
May a student lead a prayer at graduation exercises?
Do students have to stand and remove their hats during the Pledge?
If I wear my hair long or dye it an unusual color, can I get in trouble at school?
Can students be forced to stand while other students recite the Pledge?
Can different rules about hair length apply in extracurricular activities and the regular school day?
What about the power of schools to control speech in the classroom?
How do schools resolve the tension between freedom of speech and the need for discipline and control?
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student expression issues >
Clothing, dress codes & uniforms
K-12 newspapers & yearbooks
Underground papers & off-campus speech
Hate speech & speech codes
Pledge of Allegiance in public schools
Speaking out in school