Is the only concern of the meeting where the speech is made.
Is weigthier than the state's concern in efficient school operation.
Is not related to the state's concern in efficient school operation.
Be designed for each child with a disability.
Record in written form for each child.
Measure the specific progress of each child.
All of the above.
May be criminal acts
Both A and B
Has a religious purpose
Produces excessive entanglement of government and religion.
Advances or inhibits religion
Any of the above would make the Act unconstitutional
Procedural due process
The school board process
Substantive due process
Not part of due process
Perception of the school in the community.
Orderly and efficient operation of the school.
Interpretation of the school discipline code.
Cost-benefit to the school's operation.
The US Constitution
The 10th Amendment
The Illinois Constitutiton
All of the above
To have waived immunity to the extent of the policy
To be free from liability for negligent acts.
To be free of liability regardless of the circumstances.
To be free of liability beyond the policy.
It is a demotion, if the teacher objects.
It is not a demotion.
It is not a demotion if it does not create a problem
It is not considered a demotion if the teacher approves.
Due Process Clause of the 14th Amendment
Establishment Clause of the 1st Amendment
General Welfare Clause of Article 1, section 8
All of the above
The state could enforce a residence requirement for students.
The State was required to educate the children of illegal aliens.
The State was required to educate non-resident children.
The state was not required to educate the children of illegal aliens.
Violates the equal protection clause of the 14th Amendment
Casts a pall of doubt on the child's ability.
Creates a stigma of illiteracy will mark their parents lives.
Is a violation of the state constitutiton.