A recent unpublished case discusses when a school can forbid student religious speech. If the speech is school-sponsored expressive speech, the school has much more leeway to exercise editorial control, needing only to relate the control to "legitimate pedagogical concerns". Also, if the discrimination is content-based rather than viewpoint-based, the restriction is permitted if it is reasonable. The court sided with the school in a recent case, but the student is appealing, arguing that the restriction was viewpoint-based.
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