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Student rights regarding academic dismissal in education

What student rights must be protected?

What process is required in academic dismissal?

Should some questions be viewed as non-justifiable as they involve educational policy?.

How has the Bill of Rights been applied to public higher education?

What are Students' Rights in:
a. Discipline
b. Freedom of Speech
c. Freedom of the Press
d. Privacy (search and seizure)

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What student rights must be protected?

Students enjoy the protected right in regard to property and liberty regarding their interests in continuing their post-secondary education. Quintessentially, students have a protected and vested interest to remain in school because of the huge financial and life altering costs associated with dismissal. Therefore, students are afforded protections under the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment when students are facing dismissal. Students have a protected interest wherein their education interests are provided rights and protected against arbitrary infringement without due process.

What process is required in academic dismissal?

The process is a formal hearing on the ...

Solution Summary

This solution provides students with the knowledge about their rights to Due Process when facing dismissal from an academic institution.

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