An Indiana district court rejects a Third Circuit ruling and says schools can ban the popular breast cancer awareness bracelet without violating students’ First Amendment rights.
Two middle school students who were suspended for wearing “i ♥ boobies” bracelets won their appeal to the Third Circuit on free speech grounds.
Current Arkansas law may not allow schools to train teachers and arm them as security guards, according to the state’s attorney general. But that could change.
Upon questioning in front of an SRO, also a sworn police officer, should a student be informed of his right to remain silent and have an attorney prior to giving any answers? It depends on the state.
In a letter to the UN, people from Chicago try to stop the closing of 49 schools by asserting the closings violate human rights.
A report has surfaced in an esteemed scientific journal that appears to contradict earlier reports about the release of methane in the Arctic. Read with caution.
Bullying on a school bus may make the bus driver liable for civil damages, based on the of common carrier. It’s never a good idea to fail to stop bullying.
Asking students to step into the hallway, leaving their backpacks at their desks, while a police-trained dog sniffs their backpacks for illegal drugs has raised a few constitutional questions in one Missouri case.
A Fourth Amendment case heard in the Delaware Supreme Court has determined that police can’t bring a student in for questioning just to scare another student into confessing a crime.
A W.Va. school district has agreed that forcing students to take classes where one sex is barred from participation, without their explicit permission, is a violation of federal law.