Des Moines Independent Community School District, a Vietnam-era (1969) case involving students who wore black armbands in protest of the war.
What does DMICSD stand for?
DMICSD stands for Des Moines Independent Community School District (Des Moines, Iowa)
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For instance, the Des Moines Independent Community School District posted a note on the website saying that they can provide hundreds of English textbooks.
Des Moines Independent Community School District (1969) as the standard by which many cases would be measured becomes a difficult and even convoluted process because chronologically, Tinker is nestled between a 1943 case wherein public school students were expelled for failing to participate in a compulsory flag-salute program and a 1972 case treating an ordinance which targeted a lone picketer who routinely demonstrated racial discrimination outside a public high school.