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May 16, 2013

Frank D. LoMonte: Schools shouldn’t devalue First Amendment

It does not seem all that terribly important to defend the ability of students to make jokes on Twitter. But devaluing the First Amendment in schools has real educational and civic costs, both for the individual student who is wrongfully over-punished and for students who will be frightened into silence knowing they might be next.

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