- Aijia Shen
- Beaverton, OR
- United States
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Should schools have the power to limit students' speech?
Free speech is one of our rights in the U.S, but should it be limited in schools?
We are focusing more on the non-verbal aspect of free speech. For example, a student showing up at school wearing an armband or something of the like that protests or promotes something. Should students leave their free speech rights at the doors, or still be able to speak their mind?