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What public school students are allowed to say on social media may be about to change

By Scott F. Johnson, Professor of Law, Concord Law School
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After a high school cheerleader in Pennsylvania dropped a series of F-bombs about her school in a Snapchat post over a weekend in the spring of 2017, she was suspended from the cheerleading team and sued the school district, claiming the suspension violated her First Amendment rights.

Social media has an ever-growing…

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