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Edu. Law Final

Educational Law Fina

1896 Plessy v. Ferguson Established separate but equal doctrine
1954 Brown v. BOE Topeka Separate but equal doctrine ruled unconstitutional
1959 Molitor v. Kaneland Challenged doctrine of sovereign immunity
1961 Dixon v. Alabama State BOE 1st case to apply due process to public education
1969 Tinker v. Des Moines Black armbands
1972 Board of Regents v. Roth Teachers have 14th amendment property right to employment if states gives entitlement
1972 Pennsylvania Association of Retarded Children v. Pennsylvania Developed Special Education Law
1972 Mills v. BOE of District of Columbia All kids must be educated based on their special needs
1974 Milliken v. Bradley Can't bus kids across district lines for desegregation purposes
1974 Clevelend BOE v. LaFleur Pregnancy laws
1975 Goss v. Lopez Student right to due process when suspended
1975 Wood v. Strickland Expelling students for consuming alcoholic beverages at a school function. Should not supplant the interpretation of a regulation of those officers who adopted it and are entrusted with its enforcement.
1977 Ingraham v. Wright Corporal Punishment
1979 Ambach v. Norwick Can require citizenship for teaching certificate
1982 BOE of Hendrick Hudson Central School District v. Rowley Schools have to provide SOME educational benefit to child NOT maximum
1984 Irving ISD v. Tatro Addressed issue of related services for Special Education children
1985 New Jersey v. T.L.O. Search and seizure- must have reasonable suspicion
1985 Cleveland BOE v. Loudermill Minimum due process procedures have to be established for teachers before dismissal
1986 Bethel School District No. 403 v. Fraser Determining what manner of speech is inappropriate, rests with school board
1987 Klein ISD v. Mattox FERPA doesn't protect teacher transcript
1988 Hazelwood School District v. Kulmeier School officials can exercise control over style and content of student speech in expressive activities
1988 Honig v. Doe Discipline of Special Education Kids, Stay Put provision
1989 Daniel R.R. v. State BOE of Texas 5th circuit ruled 2 critical questions in Least Restrictive Environment (LRE)
1992 Franklin v. Gwinnett County Public Schools Damages can be awarded for Title 9 sexual harassment
1995 Veronia School District 47J v. Acton Drug testing doesn't violate 4th amendment (random urinalysis testing)
1998 Gebser v. Lago Vista ISD Damages in sexual harassment lawsuits
1999 Davis v. Monroe County BOE School may be liable for student on student sexual harassment may not be recovered unless district acts with deliberate indifference
1999 Cedar Rapids Community School District v. Garrett Requires school district to provide students with disabilities the nursing services required during school hours
2002 BOE ISD#92 of Pottawotomie County v. Earls Require all students in extracurricular activities to submit to drug testing is reasonable
2007 Morse v. Frederick Principal may restrict student speech at off campus event when speech is viewed as promoting illegal drug use "Bong Hits for Jesus"
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