The Public Interest, in light of the recent school shootings, investigates the legal relationship between the courts and the school systems. Starting in 1969, the Supreme Court has consistently given students more constitutional rights , which critics partially blame for rising misconduct and incivility in the classroom. They say disciplinary actions are not being taken because school officials fear lawsuits, thus, contributing to a sense of "do-as-you-please" attitude for the students.
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