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Did You Know That It Is Illegal When

  • You Are Embarrassed, In Front Of The Class, By A Teacher?
  • You Serve Detention During Lunch Or On Saturday?
  • You Are Given Laps Or Pushups As A Punishment?
  • You Are Not Allowed To Go To The Bathroom?
  • You Are Locked Out Of Your Class?
  • You Pay For Parking Spaces?
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Preface To Our Handbook On Student Rights

            In 1975, the National Education Association wrote that there were two kinds of educational rights for students. As citizens in their society, they have a right to fair treatment in their schools.  As clients of a public institution, they have the right to influence the services their institutions provide for them.

Students, therefore, have the right to substantial influence over their educational programs including the goals they pursue, the topics they study, the learning materials and learning processes they use and the criteria for evaluating their accomplishments.

In Brown vs. The Board of Education, 1954, the United States Supreme Court said that today education is perhaps the most important function of the states and local governments.  It is doubtful that any child may reasonably be expected to succeed in life if he/she is denied the opportunity of an education. Since all states have, in fact, undertaken to provide a public education system, education must be considered a right in that it may not be arbitrarily denied to anyone.

It is with these values that I urge you to consider this Handbook.

Boyer P. August, Ed. D., M. S.

High School Teacher, Administrator, Marriage, Family and Child Therapist, Educational Consultant, Student Advocate


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Student Rights At School For High School, Middle School And Elementary School Students

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Boyer P. August, Ed. D., M. S.

High School Teacher, Administrator, Marriage, Family and Child Therapist, Educational Consultant, Student Advocate


Our answer is the world’s hope; it is to rely on youth ­– not a time of life, but a state of mind, a temper of the will, a quality of the imagination, a predominance of courage over timidity, of the appetite for adventure over the love of ease.”  Robert Kennedy

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Did You Know That It Is Illegal When:

  • You Are Embarrassed, In Front Of The Class, By A Teacher?
  • You Serve Detention During Lunch Or On Saturday?
  • You Are Given Laps Or Pushups As A Punishment?
  • You Are Not Allowed To Go To The Bathroom?
  • You Are Locked Out Of Your Class?
  • You Pay For Parking Spaces?

For More K-12 Student Rights, Click On Questions 


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For Our Handbook Table Of Contents Go To http://www.studentrightsatschool.org/contents.htm


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  • For High School, Middle School And Elementary School Students
  • Free, K-12 Student Rights, Educational Help Since 1975

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Boyer P. August, Ed. D., M. S.

High School Teacher, Administrator, Marriage, Family and Child Therapist, Educational Consultant, Student Advocate


“Our answer is the world’s hope; it is to rely on youth ­– not a time of life, but a state of mind, a temper of the will, a quality of the imagination, a predominance of courage over timidity, of the appetite for adventure over the love of ease.”  Robert Kennedy

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Did You Know That It Is Illegal When:

  • You Are Embarrassed, In Front Of The Class, By A Teacher?
  • You Serve Detention During Lunch Or On Saturday?
  • You Are Given Laps Or Pushups As A Punishment?
  • You Are Not Allowed To Go To The Bathroom?
  • You Are Locked Out Of Your Class?
  • You Pay For Parking Spaces?

For More K-12 Student Rights, Click On Questions 


For Our Handbook Table Of Contents Go To http://www.studentrightsatschool.org/contents.htm

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Student Rights At School

For High School, Middle School And Elementary School Students

Free, K-12 Student Rights, Educational Help Since 1975

Presented By


  • Boyer P. August, Ed. D., M. S.
  • High School Teacher, Administrator
  • Marriage, Family and Child Therapist
  • Educational Consultant, Student Advocate

“Our answer is the world’s hope; it is to rely on youth ­– not a time of life, but a state of mind, a temper of the will, a quality of the imagination, a predominance of courage over timidity, of the appetite for adventure over the love of ease.”  Robert Kennedy

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Interrogating Minors For Criminal Misconduct On Campus

Requires Legal Counsel

Law Enforcement Officers, School District Police Department Officers and School Resource Officers are prohibited from conducting criminal interrogations of or accepting a Miranda rights waiver by a student 15 or younger until the student has consulted with legal counsel.  This consultation must be in person, by telephone or by video conference and may not be waived.

Probation Officers are exempt from this law which also excludes questions related to protecting life or property from an impending threat.

S. B. 395, Welfare and Institutions Code 625.6


Did You Know That It Is Illegal When:

  • You Are Embarrassed, In Front Of The Class, By A Teacher?
  • You Serve Detention During Lunch Or On Saturday?
  • You Are Given Laps Or Pushups As A Punishment?
  • You Are Not Allowed To Go To The Bathroom?
  • You Are Locked Out Of Your Class?
  • You Pay For Parking Spaces?

Click On Questions For More K-12 Student Rights


Handbook Description

  • An Easy to Understand Summary
  • Of K-12, Public and Private School, Educational Rights
  • A Clear, Documented Resource for Student Safety and Well-Being
  • A Review of Educational Law Affecting Students From 1874 To the Present
  • Published Since 1975 With Yearly Revisions
  • Legal Information Related to Both The Rights And Responsibilities Of Students

Handbook Citations Taken From

  • United States Supreme Court Decisions
  • United States Federal Court Decisions
  • California Supreme Court Decisions
  • California Appellate Court Decisions
  • California Superior Court Decisions
  • California Attorney General Opinions
  • California Education, Welfare And Health Codes
  • California Code Of Regulations, Civil And Penal Codes

Handbook Table Of Contents


  • For Free Counseling, Free Brochures, Free Cuckoo Nest Articles
  • Free Student Advocacy Resources And For Free Help On Student Right Issues
  • To Learn How To Advocate For Your Student Rights While At School
  • To Organize Students Or Parents To Ensure Those Educational Rights

contact Boyer at boyerpa@pacbell.net


  • Student Rights At School
  • Free, K-12 Student Rights, Educational Help Since 1975
  • For High School, Middle School And Elementary School Students
  • Presented By

  • Boyer P. August, Ed. D., M. S.
  • High School Teacher, Administrator
  • Marriage, Family and Child Therapist
  • Educational Consultant, Student Advocate

“Our answer is the world’s hope; it is to rely on youth ­– not a time of life, but a state of mind, a temper of the will, a quality of the imagination, a predominance of courage over timidity, of the appetite for adventure over the love of ease.”  Robert Kennedy

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 a handbook on student rights and responsibilities

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Did You Know That It Is Illegal When:

  • You Are Embarrassed, In Front Of The Class, By A Teacher?
  • You Serve Detention During Lunch Or On Saturday?
  • You Are Given Laps Or Pushups As A Punishment?
  • You Are Not Allowed To Go To The Bathroom?
  • You Are Locked Out Of Your Class?
  • You Pay For Parking Spaces?

Click On Questions For More K-12 Student Rights


Handbook Description

  • An Easy to Understand Summary
  • Of K-12, Public and Private School, Educational Rights
  • A Clear, Documented Resource for Student Safety and Well-Being
  • A Review of Educational Law Affecting Students From 1874 To the Present
  • Published Since 1975 With Yearly Revisions
  • Legal Information Related to Both The Rights And Responsibilities Of Students

Handbook Citations Taken From

  • United States Supreme Court Decisions
  • United States Federal Court Decisions
  • California Supreme Court Decisions
  • California Appellate Court Decisions
  • California Superior Court Decisions
  • California Attorney General Opinions
  • California Education, Welfare And Health Codes
  • California Code Of Regulations, Civil And Penal Codes

Handbook Table Of Contents


  • For Free Counseling, Free Brochures, Free Cuckoo Nest Articles
  • Free Student Advocacy Resources And For Free Help On Student Right Issues
  • To Learn How To Advocate For Your Student Rights While At School
  • To Organize Students Or Parents To Ensure Those Educational Rights

Contact Boyer  @ boyerpa@pacbell.net


  • Student Rights At School
  • Free, K-12 Student Rights, Educational Help Since 1975
  • For High School, Middle School And Elementary School Students
  • Presented By

  • Boyer P. August, Ed. D., M. S.
  • High School Teacher, Administrator
  • Marriage, Family and Child Therapist
  • Educational Consultant, Student Advocate

“Our answer is the world’s hope; it is to rely on youth ­– not a time of life, but a state of mind, a temper of the will, a quality of the imagination, a predominance of courage over timidity, of the appetite for adventure over the love of ease.”  Robert Kennedy

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Causing A Danger Or Threatening To Disrupt The Educational Process

Immediate transfer of a student is allowed if the principal determines that the student’s presence causes a danger or threatens to disrupt the educational process. Proving danger and disruption is a difficult task in court.

A Federal Court in California held that posting an off-campus video conversation on You Tube was “de minimus” and was not at the level of substantial disruption.

The court also noted that emotional harm did not meet the criteria for substantial disruption and that five students missing class did not rise to the level of disruption.

J.  C. ex rel. R. C. v. Beverly Hills Unified, 6 711 F. Supp. 2d, Id. at 1118, 2010

Suspension can happen if the administration proves that the student’s presence will substantially disrupt the educational process, the student’s presence will cause a danger to themselves or others or “other means of correction are not feasible or have repeatedly failed to bring about proper conduct.”

E. C. 48900.2, E. C. 48900.3, E. C. 48900.4, E. C. 48900.5, E. C. 48911, E. C. 48915 (b) (1) and (2), E. C. 48915 (e) (1) and (2) and E. C. 48432.5 


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Student Suicide Prevention Policies, Cardiac Arrest and a Free Handbook

  • Student Suicide Prevention Policies

 School boards must adopt student suicide prevention policies that specifically address the needs of high-risk groups before the 2017–18 school year starts.  This law imposes a state-mandated local program.

A. B. 2246, 9/26/16

 For details, see http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billTextClient.xhtml?bill_id=201520160AB2246

Robert Oakes, CDE, 916-319-0818 and communications@cde.ca.gov


Student Athletes Protected From Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Student-Athletes who pass out or faint or who are known to have passed out or fainted while participating in or immediately following an athletic activity shall be removed from participation at that time by authorized persons.

Student-Athletes who exhibits known symptoms of sudden cardiac during an athletic activity may also be removed from participation by authorized persons.

Student-Athletes removed from play under this law may return to play only after being evaluated and given written clearance to return to participation by medical persons who have been practicing in related, cardiac arrest procedures or protocols.

E.  C. 33479.2 mandates that the California Department of Education make website posts on guidelines, videos and other related materials to inform and educate students and parents and to train coaches about the nature and warning signs of sudden cardiac arrest.

E. C. 33479.3 requires school districts to send all student-athletes in CIF-governed sports a sudden cardiac arrest information sheet every school year.

E.  C. 33479.6 (a) requires that coaches complete a sudden cardiac arrest training course with update training every two years.

E.  C. 33479.6 (b) suspends coaches who violate this law until completion of the required training as of 7/1/19.

A.  B. 1639,

The Eric Paredes Sudden Cardiac Arrest Prevention Act, 7/1/17

E.  C. 33479 to 33479.9


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  • boyerpa@pacbell.net
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Did You Know That It Is Illegal When:

  • You Are Embarrassed, In Front Of The Class, By A Teacher?
  • You Serve Detention During Lunch Or On Saturday?
  • You Are Given Laps Or Pushups As A Punishment?
  • You Are Not Allowed To Go To The Bathroom?
  • You Are Locked Out Of Your Class?
  • You Pay For Parking Spaces?

Click On Questions For More K-12 Student Rights


Handbook Description

  • An Easy to Understand Summary
  • Of K-12, Public and Private School, Educational Rights
  • A Clear, Documented Resource for Student Safety and Well-Being
  • A Review of Educational Law Affecting Students From 1874 To the Present
  • Published Since 1975 With Yearly Revisions
  • Legal Information Related to Both The Rights And Responsibilities Of Students

Handbook Citations Taken From

  • United States Supreme Court Decisions
  • United States Federal Court Decisions
  • California Supreme Court Decisions
  • California Appellate Court Decisions
  • California Superior Court Decisions
  • California Attorney General Opinions
  • California Education, Welfare And Health Codes
  • California Code Of Regulations, Civil And Penal Codes

Handbook Table Of Contents


  • For Free Counseling, Free Brochures, Free Cuckoo Nest Articles,
  • Free Student Advocacy Resources And For Free Help On Student Right Issues
  • To Learn How To Advocate For Your Student Rights While At School
  • To Organize Students Or Parents To Ensure Those Educational Rights
  • Contact Boyer

  • Student Rights At School
  • Free, K-12 Student Rights, Educational Help Since 1975
  • For High School, Middle School And Elementary School Students
  • Presented By

  • Boyer P. August, Ed. D., M. S.
  • High School Teacher, Administrator
  • Marriage, Family and Child Therapist
  • Educational Consultant, Student Advocate

“Our answer is the world’s hope; it is to rely on youth ­– not a time of life, but a state of mind, a temper of the will, a quality of the imagination, a predominance of courage over timidity, of the appetite for adventure over the love of ease.”  Robert Kennedy


 

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