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Re: Changing attitudes towards expelled students
« Reply #125 on: May 29, 2020, 10:15:16 PM »

Expulsions are tedious.

The law generally requires that there be a hearing to make a ruling for or against expulsion.  Parties are allowed legal counsel and the rules of evidence for criminal proceedings are in effect.  The expelled has the right to an appeals process through the courts.

If a pupil is expelled, the school district must make arrangements for alternative education.
Did expulsions used to be less tedious?
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Re: Changing attitudes towards expelled students
« Reply #126 on: May 30, 2020, 08:20:57 AM »

Expulsions are tedious.

The law generally requires that there be a hearing to make a ruling for or against expulsion.  Parties are allowed legal counsel and the rules of evidence for criminal proceedings are in effect.  The expelled has the right to an appeals process through the courts.

If a pupil is expelled, the school district must make arrangements for alternative education.

They never did this in my case.
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Re: Changing attitudes towards expelled students
« Reply #127 on: May 30, 2020, 10:57:11 AM »

Expulsions are tedious.

The law generally requires that there be a hearing to make a ruling for or against expulsion.  Parties are allowed legal counsel and the rules of evidence for criminal proceedings are in effect.  The expelled has the right to an appeals process through the courts.

If a pupil is expelled, the school district must make arrangements for alternative education.

They never did this in my case.
Well you went to school over 2 decades ago.
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Re: Changing attitudes towards expelled students
« Reply #128 on: May 30, 2020, 02:18:41 PM »

Expulsions are tedious.

The law generally requires that there be a hearing to make a ruling for or against expulsion.  Parties are allowed legal counsel and the rules of evidence for criminal proceedings are in effect.  The expelled has the right to an appeals process through the courts.

If a pupil is expelled, the school district must make arrangements for alternative education.

They never did this in my case.
Well you went to school over 2 decades ago.

Then that answers your question, doesn't it?
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