A high school girl's Snap got her suspended from cheerleading for one year. That Snap and suspension will now come before the Supreme Court. Join Podvocate editor-in-chief Matt Doran for a series of discussions on where students' free speech rights end and schools' disciplinary authority begins. This first discussion is with Prof. Kathleen Hirsman, who has spent over two decades in education law and has represented and advised school districts in these cases. She shares the history of how courts have dealt with this issue and how technology has complicated the analysis.
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