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Student Discipline and Due ProcessStudent Discipline and Due ProcessMarlincia D SmithMarch 2018Grand Canyon University
STUDENT DISCPLINE AND DUE PROCESSSMITH 2AbstractSchool suspension involves a mandatory leave assigned to a student as a form ofdiscipline or punishment that can last anywhere from a day to several weeks or months. Theamount of time of the punishment varies from the extremeness of behavior. They are set in placefor those students who cannot confirm to school policies, and rules. During this time, the studentis not allowed to attend their classes. These punishments require dire procedures and methods.Depending on the time span of the suspension, the process or procedure is different. There arediverse techniques for each situation.
STUDENT DISCPLINE AND DUE PROCESSSMITH 3The public-school system is initiated for students to attain success because of education.Along with this, procedures and rules must be followed to succeed in school. This essay willcondense, in addition to compare the requirements of due process for the school districts inShelby County for long and short-term suspension.Goss v. Lopez, case in which the U.S. Supreme Court on January 22, 1975, ruled that,under the Fourteenth Amendment's due process clause, public-school students facing suspensionsare entitled to notice and a hearing. A federal district court decided in favor of the students. The
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