Federal decisions on student expression in schools will stand

10/5/2009 | Christian Science Monitor, The · Google

The U.S. Supreme Court will not rule on two cases regarding freedom of expression in public schools -- meaning that lower-court decisions in each case will stand. In one case, a Tennessee school's decision to ban students from wearing T-shirts showing the Confederate flag will remain in effect. In another case, Florida schools will be able to enforce a law requiring students to recite the Pledge of Allegiance each day unless they have written parental permission to be excused.

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