Elementary School May Not Discriminate Against Students’ Distribution of Religious Materials

So holds Morgan v. Swanson, decided today by the Fifth Circuit — just the latest in a long line of cases striking down such discrimination against religious speech by students. (A school may limit religious speech within its own curriculum, including speech by students who are participating in school-conducted events; but this case didn’t involve speech that was part of classwork or of other school-organized functions.)

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