The Foothill Dragon Press is lucky in the way that it is a newspaper at a public high school therefore it is granted free speech rights by the First Amendment, as opposed to newspapers at private schools, which do not. This is because public schools are government agencies as opposed to private schools which are considered churches or businesses. As a government agency public school are guaranteed the right to a free press, however free speech, and free press as an extension, has been contested in schools and has resulted in the Tinker and Hazelwood cases that have tried to clarify things. In the Tinker case the US Supreme Court recognized that the First Amendment protects on-campus student speech and that all speech that is not unlawful or physically disruptive is allowed and protected. Later the Hazelwood case struck parts of this down, and significantly reduced the level of protection that the First Amendment provided to most school-sponsored student media to public high schools, i.e. school newspapers. However, although school newspapers can be censored, unlimited censorship is not allowed, and this allowance of censorship only applies to school-sponsored speech and does not apply to “public forums”.