ruling went on to explain that the students choice of dress would be based on

Ruling went on to explain that the students choice of

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ruling went on to explain that the students choice of dress would be based on appropriateness of attire in reference to how distracting it is for other the other student’s learning process. The court upheld that school administrators cannot block a student’s right to the first amendment unless they could prove that it would be disruptive or prevent another student’s rights (“First”). Conclusion The court is likely to find that a student’s choice of dress is constitutionally protected as long as he/she does not disrupt another student’s ability to learn. ASCD. First Amendment Schools, 2006, firstamendmentschools.org/freedoms/case.aspx?id=404. Accessed 5 Sept. 2018.
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Whether school officials can prohibit a student from wearing t-shirts with offensive messages. Boroff v. Van Wert City Board of Education, 240 F.3d 465 (6th Cir. 2000) Whether a mandatory school uniform policy violates students' First Amendment rights. Canady v. Bossier Parish School Board, 240 F.3d 437 (5th Cir. 2001) - center/files/organizing_a_legal_discussion.pdf
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