Very interesting school speech case heard at the Supreme Court this week:
Can a school punish a student for speech made off-campus?
Does the "material disruption" standard under Tinker allow schools to punish political or religious speech on or off-campus if it is controversial? (E.g. criticism or praise of BLM, CRT, LGBTQ or Proud Boys)
Are there different rules for students involved in teams/clubs as opposed to regular students simply seeking an education?
The Supreme Court heard oral argument in [Mahanoy Area School District v. B.L.], a case on whether public schools officials can discipline students' off-campus social media content.