Larry is a high school student. He makes a website that allows people to publicly rate and comment on teachers that teach at his school. Some of the teachers are upset that negative things are being said about them publicly. The principal of the school contacts Larry's parents, and says that Larry will be expelled if he does not take the site down.
What Supreme Court case would likely support Larry's site as a form of constitutionally protected free speech?
Brown v. Board of Education
Plessy v. Ferguson
Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier
Tinker v. Des Moines
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well we know its not Plessy v Ferguson because that case had to do with jim crow laws and equality
its not Tinker vs Des Moines because that was the case where a student got sent home for wearing black to support the Vietnam war
and Brown vs the Board of education ended segregated schools