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 Throughout the years, the Supreme Court has ruled that students do have certain rights, but do not possess the full range of rights as an adult. They have rules that that a school systems’s interests are more value than a student’s and that the school has a higher obligation to ensure the health, discipline and safety of every student within a building. Do you think a student’s locker, bag, or other belongings should be searched without reasonable cause? What about cars driven on to school property? How do you, as a student, feel about these searches? If you were a parent? What about if you were a principal or teacher?

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