Street Law is excited to announce its Spring SCOTUS in the Classroom case: Mahanoy Area School District v. B.L. This high-interest case deals with the application of the 1969 decision in Tinker v. Des Moines to off-campus student speech and social media. The case presents an opportunity to teach about the limits of free speech in public schools, the “Tinker Test” or “substantial disruption standard,” how the Court applies precedents, and the potential consequences of social media use. Case materials (at middle school and high school levels) and resources are available on the SCOTUS in the Classroom program page. You can also find instructions and handouts for conducting a moot court on the program page.