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POS500 GCU Week 5 Cyberbullying and First Amendment Discussion

POS500

Grand Canyon University

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A student notifies you that she has been subjected to bullying through a classmate’s Facebook page. In 500-750-words, address the following:

  1. Steps you are required to take that are consistent with state statutes, your district’s school board policies, faculty handbook, and the student handbook;
  2. Any First Amendment arguments you think the student with the Facebook page may raise; and
  3. Responses you could make to the First Amendment arguments that are consistent with the cases in the assigned readings.

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Save Link Assignment Cyberbullying and the First Amendment Due Date: Jul 18, 2018 23:59:59 Max Points: 100 Details: A student notifies you that she has been subjected to bullying through a classmate’s Facebook page. In 500-750-words, address the following: 1. Steps you are required to take that are consistent with state statutes, your district’s school board policies, faculty handbook, and the student handbook; 2. Any First Amendment arguments you think the student with the Facebook page may raise; and 3. Responses you could make to the First Amendment arguments that are consistent with the cases in the assigned readings. APA format is not required, but solid academic writing is expected. This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion. Reading Resource Tools for WEEK 5 28. Bethel Sch. District v. Fraser Read “Bethel School District v. Fraser, 478 U.S. 675 (1986),” from Nexis Uni. https://advance-lexis-com.lopes.idm.oclc.org/api/document/collection/cases/id/3S4X-5YK0-0039-N2XB-0000000?cite=478%20U.S.%20675&context=1516831 29. Free Speech and Public Schools Read “Free Speech and Public Schools,” from the Center for Public Education (2006). http://www.centerforpubliceducation.org/research/free-speech-and-public-schools 30. Hazelwood Sch. District v. Kuhlmeier Read “Hazelwood School District v. Kuhlmeier, 484 U.S. 260 (1988),” from Nexis Uni. https://advance-lexis-com.lopes.idm.oclc.org/api/document/collection/cases/id/3S4X-FYF0-003B-418P-0000000?cite=484%20U.S.%20260&context=1516831 31. Morse v. Frederick Read “Morse v. Frederick, 551 U.S. ___ (2007),” from Nexis Uni. https://advance-lexis-com.lopes.idm.oclc.org/api/document/collection/cases/id/4P24-BX60-004C-200V-0000000?cite=551%20U.S.%20393&context=1516831 32. Tinker v. Des Moines School District Read “Tinker v. Des Moines School District, 393 U.S. 503 (1969),” from Nexis Uni. https://advance-lexis-com.lopes.idm.oclc.org/api/document/collection/cases/id/3S4X-FBM0-003B-S2KY-0000000?cite=393%20U.S.%20503&context=1516831 Writing Samples for Review CyberBullying and Sample.Emily-Missa First Amendment SusanRandall.docx ggia_CyberBullyingFirst Amendment.docx ply Rubrics Cyberbullying and the First Amendment 5 Target Evidence 100.00% 100.0 %Category 35.0 %Description of School, District, and State Policies 40.0 %Application of First Amendment 15.0 %Essay Organization 10.0 %Mechanics A clear description of school, district, or state policies to be followed is presented. Appropriate steps to be taken are clearly presented. Clearly presents First Amendment arguments that the student could raise and provides thoughtful responses to those arguments. Purpose statement and related conclusion are clear and convincing. Information is well-organized and logical. Argument presents a persuasive claim in a distinctive and compelling manner. Submission is nearly/completely free of mechanical errors and has a clear, logical conceptual framework. Word choice reflects well-developed use of practice and contentrelated language. Sentence structures are varied and engaging ...
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RUNNING Head: FIRST AMENDMENT: RELIGION AND EDUCATION

First Amendment: Religion and Education
Sydney Stringer-Johnson
POS 500
Richard Kamerman
July 11, 2018

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FIRST AMENDMENT: RELIGION AND EDUCATION

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First Amendment: Religion and Education
The constitution protects individual rights and freedom of religion (Berns, 1976). Every
student’s work is displayed in the classroom to share knowledge and learn from each other. The
situation the teacher encounters, in this case, is with displaying and grading of a student’s work
where he or she depicted Jesus as the hero and made a drawing of the last supper. This paper
discusses the legal issues on displaying and grading of such a student’s essay and ways the first
amendment of the constitution applies in the situation.
Legal issues and the first amendment
The First Amendment protects American citizens freedom to speak and think freely. If a
teacher decides to fail the student or not display their drawing to the class, it will be violating the
student’s freedom of thoughts and expression (Freeman, 1984). The student thinks of Jesus as
their hero; they have the freedom to think and express their thoughts as per the first amendment.
The teacher has to be impartial when grading or displaying a student’s work.
The other legal issue the teacher might face is displaying the studen...

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