School Administrator Brushes Off 'Constitutional Niceties' Like Fifth Amendment Rights For Students

School Administrator Brushes Off 'Constitutional Niceties' Like Fifth Amendment Rights For Students

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New For many school administrators, the default mode is to limit the rights of students while enforcing very broadly-worded policies. The default mode may start shifting, though, as more courts are reminding administrators that, while students' rights may be more constrained than those of adults, they're not nonexistent. Recently, a court...
School Administrator Brushes Off 'Constitutional Niceties' Like Fifth Amendment Rights For Students
                                       

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