U.S. Supreme Moot Court
A.L.K., a minor, et al. v. Kimbert Kaukl and River Valley School Board, et al.
March 2010 / U.S. Supreme Court, Washington, D.C.
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A.L.K. v. Kaukl
A Wisconsin public school principal disallows a school chapter of the Gay-Straight Alliance from marching in the annual homecoming parade. When one student takes it upon herself to march anyway, she is disciplined. Is this a case of freedom of speech and equal protection under the law or an simple act of noncompliance worthy of suspension?
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Comments to the author: Mr. Jason Hollenberger
River Valley High School