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School Law Cases

StudyStack for EDA5410 Final

Brown v. Board of Ed Separate-But-Equal Facilities are Inherently Unequal.
Goss v. Lopez Established due process for students
Lee v. Weisman School-sponsored graduation prayer violates the Establishment Clause. (Prayer in school must be student initiated and student led)
New Jersey v. T.L.O. Search and Seizure: Search must be justified at inception and permissible in scope.
Pickering v. Board of Ed. Boards can't dismiss a teacher if the teacher is exercising his/her right to speak on issues of public importance.
Wisconsin v. Yoder parents' rights to practice their legitimate religious beliefs outweighed the state's interests.
Honig v. Doe If the behavior is a manifestation of the student's handicapping condition then max of 10 days suspension in a year.
The Committee v. Edgar Illinois Courts will not decide on funding.
Lemon v. Kurtzman, Agonstini, Aguilar and Mitchell v. Helms Deal with public funding of private schools.
Morse v. Frederick, Bethel v. Fraser, Tinker v. Des Moines, Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier Student Speech: Frederick-drug message, Bethel-lude/obscene, Tinker-political, Hazelwood-pedagogical concerns
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