The sophomore’s mother is battling school officials to clear her daughter’s name.
It’s a rare education seminar that includes this shot across the bow: “Everything and anything we’re talking about today is federally illegal—there is no grey area.”
On the worst days, her arms would be covered with self-inflicted bruises from trying to escape the chair used to restrain her.
An Ontario university student may have just established a precedent that could pave the way for coverage of medical marijuana by private insurance plans in Canada.
Earlier this school year, a sixth-grader in the gifted-and-talented program at Bedford Middle School in Bedford, Virginia was suspended for one year after an assistant principal found something that looked like a marijuana leaf in his backpack.
Student, 21, says school board blocking right to use prescription marijuana at Nutana Collegiate
An 11-year-old girl, the ACLU of Pennsylvania, and the Philadelphia law firm Dechert LLP have filed suit against a Lancaster County school district over its policy requiring random drug tests of students engaging in extracurricular activities.
A 16-year-old boy in Colorado Springs, Colorado isn't allowed to take his prescribed medication at school because he can't attend school "under the influence."
The Duedate is Monday, September 15, 1997 for the Drug Policy Foundation's Student PaperCompetition. Graduate and undergradutes students are encouraged to submita paper from 2500 to 5000 words.