How a High Schooler’s Snapchat Post Ended Up in the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has previously ruled that public schools can limit student speech on campus if it’s disruptive, but does that apply on social media? A new case this spring considers the case of a teenager who was reprimanded over a Snapchat post. Todd Zwillich looks at what this selfie with the middle finger raised and the words ‘f*ck school’ could mean for student’s right to free speech.

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Contact sports have taken a hit during the pandemic. But participation in tennis, with players already distanced, is up more than 20% this year. In Georgia, Jessi Mitchell found one young player who’s sharing her love of the game, and reports on how she is helping her community. Each weekday […]
Teen donates rackets, tennis equipment to underserved communities