Tri County Area Schools does not like when students exercise their First Amendment rights. In 2022, two students at Tri County Middle School wore sweatshirts to school with the phrase “Let’s Go Brandon,” a well-known, non-profane, anti-President Biden political slogan. But school officials ordered the students to remove their political attire while allowing other students to wear apparel with different political messages, including gay-pride-themed hoodies.
Pennridge School District in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, proposed a “Student Expression/Dissemination of Materials” policy that would, if adopted, impermissibly restrict students’ First Amendment rights.
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