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Student Expression

The First Amendment protects more than just spoken and written speech--it protects student expression of all kinds.

The First Amendment protects freedom of expression. Students express themselves in many ways, sometimes through dying their hair a certain color or wearing clothes with symbols or a written message. Occasionally, school administrators may try to censor the things students wear and thus censor freedom of expression. The McLellan answers your questions about student expression and school censorship.