The US Supreme Court has agreed to consider a case that may determine whether schools can discipline students for comments they make on social media. A student in a Pennsylvania district was suspended from a cheerleading team after a Snapchat post surfaced in which she used foul language and was disrespectful to the school and cheer team, but she and her parents say the discipline violated her First Amendment right to free speech.
Court to weigh school's reaction to social media post
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