Some of our California readers may remember a time when what you said outside of the classroom had no bearing on your ability to continue going to school. But now with advancements in technology and social media, it seems like many school districts across the nation are extending their reach a little far, perhaps even encroaching on a student’s right to freedom of speech as well.
An out-of-state matter against one school district has been ongoing for close to four years. A lawsuit was filed against schools for not catering to the needs of disabled children. This would include students suffering from autism, bipolar disorder and hyperactivity. Attorneys on both sides decided to meet in an attempt to reach a compromise.