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Editorial: Let kids speak: The upshot of the Supreme Court’s cursing cheerleader decision

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The Supreme Court got it right when, in an 8-1 ruling Wednesday, it held that Pennsylvania cheerleader Brandi Levy couldn’t be suspended from the team for blurting on Snapchat “f— cheer” after she didn’t make varsity. Overriding lower courts, the top bench vindicated the rights of students everywhere to be able to express themselves off school grounds and outside school hours. Public schools can certainly regulate on-campus student (or teacher) speech when it meaningfully disrupts learning — but there should be an especially high bar for administrators using the long arm of a disciplinary co…

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