Loc: Pinellas Park, Florida
And if an anti-McCain shirt was worn, it would be unmerikan. You see, the rethgicans reserve First Amendment (and all Constitutional) rights for themselves, but would deny those rights to everyone else.<br><br>
In terms of policy, the school probably has it cut and dry in their school code.<br><br>The big rule on free speech in a school is that... well... there is very little. As someone who likes progressive education, I think that's sad. However, the general rule at schools is that no matter how strict or loose the dress code, you may not wear anything that is intended to cause a disruption.<br><br>What I am curious about is whether or not this will get to the size where the ACLU will take a position. Who knows, although as free speech absolutists, it's pretty easy to predict what they would say.<br><br>-- Cee Bee Double-U
Yeah, I mean the 1st amendment doesn't apply to disruptive statements at the Aurora Frontier K-8 School and indeed doesn't apply anywhere to defamatory statements, which is what this is.<br><br>km<br><br>
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