Yes. Schools have what is known as an “in loco parentis” relationship with the student. In loco parentis literally means “in place of the parent.” Just like a parent would protect a child, so to can a school censor speech to protect its students.
It's sitting there in pretty much every online speech-related defamationcomplaint you'll find: right along side a request for a visit from our friend Stacks O'Cash, the plaintiff asks for an injunction, forcing the defendant to take down the (allegedly defamatory) post.
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