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Running head: DUE PROCESS 1 DUE PROCESS FOR SHORT AND LONG-TERM SUSPENSIONS Monique Barney March 1, 2016
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DUE PROCESS 2 Due Process for Short and Long-Term Suspensions In this paper I am going to talk about short term and long term suspension and the comparison of Goss v. Lopez and the San Bernardino Unified School District (SBUSD) policies. While looking into SBUSD suspension polices I found an article that speaks on the fights that were happening at Cajon High School in San Bernardino. There were ten fights, school administrators were off campus and designee staff did not have the authority to discipline the students. The next morning in the course of investigations if officials discovered a student with a two-day suspension was actually responsible for more serious offenses, their suspensions were extended (Yarbrough, Beau. November 14, 2017). An inspection of the due process for students in short and long-term suspensions at San Bernardino Unified School District delivers an understanding into the process for both students and parents while a comparison of the policy to Goss v. Lopez (1975) will determine if the policy follows the legal requirements in Goss v. Lopez (1975).
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