Commentary- PRIMARY & SECONDARY EDUCATION by ProQuest

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The author discusses the various federal circuit approaches to the issue, analyzing both the cruel and unusual punishment component of the Eighth Amendment and the substantive due process component of the Fourteenth Amendment. [...] she articulates how education professionals may run afoul of the Equal Protection Clause in implementing dress codes with genderbased components. [...] the authors conclude that schools should create policies that explicitly enumerate protected traits and characteristics that fall under school rules against bullying, implement diversity programs, and require direct intervention by all school personnel in bullying incidents. First Amendment Student Free Speech Claim.

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