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ERIC Number: ED081102
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973-Jul-23
Pages: 21
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Due Process for Students, Teachers and Administrators in Suburban School Districts.
Nolte, M. Chester
In this paper, the author defines due process, discusses its elements, describes its minimum essentials, and examines court cases which apply the doctrine to teachers, administrators, and students. The court cases discussed by the author indicate situations in which due process is mandated and the extent of due process required in these situations. According to the report, an accused is due notice of his shortcomings and an opportunity to appear and face his accusers. Further, the accused, in most instances, is entitled to counsel, to a fair and impartial hearing, and the right to appeal his case to other authority. (Author/JF)
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Note: Paper presented at American Association of School Administrators National Conference for Suburban Superintendents (Denver, Colorado, July 23, 1973)