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Solicitation of Personal Messages for Display on Public School Premises: What are the First Amendment Considerations?
West's Education Law Reporter
  • Ralph Mawdsley, Cleveland State University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-2006
Keywords
  • First Amendment,
  • Religious expression,
  • First Amendment
Disciplines
Abstract
Although the Supreme Court has not addressed the topic of religious content messages, a number of lower federal courts have. The most recent case in this area, Kiesinger v. Mexico Academy and Central School (Kiesinger), although only a federal district decision, nonetheless becomes a convenient starting point to distill the key legal issues for a broader discussion and analysis of other federal case law.
Citation Information
Ralph D. Mawdsley, "Solicitation of Personal Messages for Display on Public School Premises: What are the First Amendment Considerations?", 213 Education Law Reporter 909 (2006).