With many public schools back in session, there is a new must-have accessory for students: masks. Outside of school, many have used this new and highly visible accessory to express personal beliefs, some of which are controversial in today’s society. This leaves school districts to wonder: can public schools limit the use of masks that contain messages that are likely to cause a substantial disruption in schools? Like any other question involving school speech, first amendment jurisprudence tells us that it depends.
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