5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Baker v. Owen
- Goss v. Lopez
- Morse v. Frederick
- New Jersey v. T.L.O.
- a U.S. Supreme Court decision that further clarified juveniles' right to free speech at school and in public areas.
- b U.S. Supreme Court decision stating that students who are to be suspended for 10 or fewer days must receive a hearing.
- c U.S. Supreme Court decision stating that teachers can administer reasonable corporal punishment for disciplinary purposes
- d Age cohorts within Hispanic gangs
- e U.S. Supreme Court decision stating that school officials can conduct warrantless searches of individuals at school on the basis of reasonable suspicion.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The elimination of many laws currently prohibiting drugs, but not necessarily eliminated all regulation
- U.S. Supreme Court decision stating that school officials may legally search students and their lockers without consent
- Children who regularly care for themselves without adult supervision after school or on weekends.
- Use of a public health model to reduce the risks and negative consequences of drug use
- Abuse and neglect of a child.
5 True/False Questions
Hall v. Tawney → U.S. Supreme Court decision stating that parents do not have a constitutional right to exempt their children from corporal punishment in public schools.
turf → A gang's sense of territoriality.
suppression → A police response to gang activity that includes selective surveillance, arrest, and prosecution of gang members.
Board of Education of Pottawatomie County v. Earls et al. → Supreme Court ruling that mandatory drug testing of students involved in any extracurricular activity is constitutional
Honig v. Doe → U.S. Supreme Court decision stating that before school officials may expel a disabled student, the school must first determine whether the offending behavior was caused by the students disability.