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Cyberbullying and school law

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Hana Suleiman

on 6 April 2011

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Transcript of Cyberbullying and school law

J.C. v. Beverly Hills School District Cyberbullying speech Interferes educational
process Safe Supportive
Environment Cyberbullying is repeated harm inflicted
through the use of computers, cell phones,
and other electronic devices. Case Law
J.C. v. Beverly Vista School District
J.S. v. Blue Mountain School District
Layshock v. Hermitage School District District did not violate student's freedom of speech.
No serious disruption of educational process.

Defendants were granted qualified immunity.
Granted summary judgement in favor of J.C. on the due process claim. Students were disciplined for using social networking site to create parody profile of school administrator.
Conflicting rulings.
BMSD did not violate student's rights.
Hermitage did violate student's rights. Administrators:
Include policy for cyberbullying
Train teachers, councelors, staff
Educate students
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