Floor Speech on Student Loan Refinancing Vote
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The non-native teachers’ foreign accent and bad pronunciation negatively affects students since they are more likely to internalize the foreign-accented speech of their teachers. They often have problems making themselves understood in contexts where people speak flow and foreign-accent-free English. For example, exchange students report that they experience communicative problems in their host countries due to their bad pronunciation. This is mainly due to the effect of teachers’ deviant speech on students.
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Tinker v. Des Moines, a 1969 landmark U.S. Supreme Court case, ruled that students “do not shed their constitutional freedoms at the schoolhouse gate,” prohibiting the censorship of student expression unless it is disruptive to the school’s educational environment or invades another person’s rights. Federal courts have been divided over whether the Tinker ruling, which was about an on-campus political protest, can apply to off-campus speech on students’ personal time, an issue the Supreme Court has yet to address.