With hate speech particularly under fire in recent years, the limits of the First Amendment get called into question.
At the heart of Morse v. Frederick lies the First Amendment question over whether schools can limit students' freedom of speech.
Nearly 20 years after the decision of Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier, RBHS students reflect upon the monumental court decision regarding the First Amendment rights of high school students.
Students' First Amendment rights have long been controversial in the U.S. with debates ranging from what they can say to what they can pray. Numerous Supreme Court cases established precedents on such issues. Santa Fe Independent School District v. Jane Doe (2000) tackled the topic of student led prayer in school.