School, Students, & Speech: A Constitution Day Special | BRI’s Fabric of History Podcast
Do your rights end at the schoolhouse door? In a special episode of Fabric of History, Mary and Gary are joined by Nick Capodice, co-host and Education Outreach Producer for Civics 101, the podcast refresher course on the basics of how democracy works. What do the decisions of cases like Mahanoy Area School District v. B.L. teach us about the relationship between students’ rights and schools’ ability to enforce protocol? And what exactly is the difference between on-campus and off-campus speech?
School, Students, and Speech: A Constitution Day Special with Civics 101’s Nick Capodice Viewing Guide
In this special episode of the FaBRIc of History, Mary and Gary are joined by Nick Capodice of the podcast Civics 101 to discuss how a recent Supreme Court ruling in the case Mahanoy v. B.L affects student rights in school, specifically student speech.
Student Rights and the Freedom of Expression
February 24, 2019 marks the 50-year anniversary of the decision in the landmark Supreme Court case, Tinker v. Des Moines. While that decision established an important precedent concerning students’ free speech rights on school grounds, these same rights continue to be challenged in 21st century American schools.