Americans Don't Want Schools To Punish Off-Campus Speech

Posted on AllSides May 17th, 2021
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As the U.S. Supreme Court considers the limits of public schools' authority to penalize speech made outside the walls of the country's faltering government-run institutions of occasional learning, polling says most people want to leave kids free to speak their minds. Only one-in-four adults would let schools punish students for their online comments. A damning indictment of public education might be found in the single group to voice majority support for extracurricular censorship: children being taught in those schools.

"Just one-quarter of Americans (25%) believe that public schools should be...

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