My question involves education law in the State of: Idaho and mostly federal
Most universities are weapon's free zones, suggestion that the 2nd amendment can be overridden there, as it is in court houses. Many also have small, designated areas far away from busy areas, where free speech is allowed.
So, my question is, to what extent are schools allowed to regulate free speech and other civil liberties to a greater extent than a city can?
I heard people give up some of their rights when they drive a car, so that officers can keep the roads safe. Often they can't search backpacks without probable cause. However, I heard schools may. I'm just curious if there are doctrines or court cases or federal laws that state which rights are impaired and which are not and to what extent.
Also, am I correct that private schools can do almost what they want, as long as they tell people when they apply?