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With texting and social media, it seems as though the line between school and “not school” are blurred. School districts are often faced with determining whether they can discipline a student for their conduct while not at school. In this episode, we discuss a school district’s ability to discipline a student for off-campus conduct and go over court cases that analyze this issue.
Show Notes & References
- 3:10 Tinker Standard
- 6:38 Wynar v. Douglas County. Sch. Dist. (9th Cir. 2013) 728 F.3d 1062 (http://www.lozanosmith.com/news-clientnewsbriefdetail.php?news_id=2182)
- 9:24 C.R. v. Eugene School District 4J (9th Cir. 2016) 835 F.3d 1142 (http://www.lozanosmith.com/news-clientnewsbriefdetail.php?news_id=2564)
- 12:50 J.S. v. Bethlehem Area School District (PA 2002) 569 Pa 638
- 19:05 J.C. v. Beverly Hills Unified School District, (2010) 711 F.Supp.2d 1094
- 24:24 Shen v. Albany Unified School District (N.D. Cal. 2017) WL 5890089 (http://www.lozanosmith.com/news-clientnewsbriefdetail.php?news_id=2720)
For more information on the off-campus discipline issues discussed in this podcast, please visit our website at www.lozanosmith.com/podcast.