High school student wins 8-1 Supreme Court victory
A High school student was punished for posting Snapchat videos criticizing her high school, including the fact that she didn't make it on the cheerleading squad.
The videos did NOT name and shame anyone other than the school itself.
This ruling almost completely overturns the 1969 (ish) ruling that allowed schools to punish students for things they did unrelated to the school.
On-campus speech is still restricted by the K-12 schools, as they see fit, under this ruling.