The bottom line of all the case law stored in any database on the issue of "What are student/teacher First Amendment rights in school" is that you do not leave your protected right to freedom of speech, assembly and petition at the door.
What they don't say is after you walk in that door, a judge can decide that for a random and arbitrary reason -depending on your argument and your circumstances - you are denied the rights you thought that you had.
Morse v. Frederick - 551 U.S. 393, 127 S. Ct. 2618 (2007)
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