In Tinker v. Des Moines, the Supreme Court ruled that the wearing of a black armband in protest of the Vietnam War was not a substantial disruption of the school environment and was therefore protected speech.
It is the first major case to determine the speech rights of students.
In Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier, the Supreme Court placed a limit on the speech rights of students when it ruled that it was permissible for a school to censor the actions of a school newspaper.
This is important as it provides a limit on the speech rights of students.
judaism, christianity and islam, are all abrahamic religions and therefore have in common the hebrew idea of a single god which is the source of all morality. the idea of the covenant is only related to judaism, while dharma is a concept of indian religions and the four noble truths are basic principles of buddhism.