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  • So, the question the court has to decide is: Did the banning of the armbands at a public school, a symbol of protest, violate the students' freedom of speech protections guaranteed by the First Amendment?
  • At the Supreme Court...
  • Students do not lose their First Amendment protections, their free speech, when they step onto school grounds.
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  • Children are not necessarily guaranteed their full extent of First Amendment rights, but I concur.
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  • I disagree. The armbands were a distraction. The school was within its rights to discipline the students.
  • At the Supreme Court...
  • WIth a 7 - 2 majority, the Court rules that the First Amendment applies to public schools. Student speech cannot be censored unless it disrupts the educational process.
  • It's finally over! We made a difference!
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