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Random student locker searches without permission
Explain the responsibilities you have as a teacher in the issue you chose. What are the students' rights? Do you have a responsibility to limit their rights? Identify the rights and responsibilities you will have as a teacher. How will your responsibilities as a teacher influence the rights of your students? Is it fair to infringe on students' rights for the sake of
the learning environment? Why or why not? Describe your own personal experience where a teacher's responsibilities limited the students' rights. How were you involved?
Then describe a situation in which the students’ rights might override a teacher's responsibility to maintain a safe learning environment.

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  1. Check these sites.

    http://www.mackinac.org/pubs/mer/article.aspx?ID=3120

    http://law.freeadvice.com/government_law/education_law/student_locker_search.htm

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    Ms. Sue
  2. What responsibilities as a teacher do I have on random student locker searches without permission?

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  3. give an example of a situation were the students right might override the teachers responsibilities?

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  4. Describe a situation in which the students' rights might override a teacher's responsibility to maintain a safe learning environment

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  6. Schools have the right to search a locker if they have probable cause

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  7. Describe a situation in which the students' rights might override a teacher's responsibility to maintain a safe learning environment

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  8. DO YOUR OWN HOMEWORK!!!!

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