Tag: Massachusetts

School Safety Law News for 4/30/12

 A Texas student was arrested after rumors spread that he had a gun in his waistband, even though police found no weapon on him. The student refused to cooperate when questioned, and now faces a misdemeanor charge and a third…

School Safety Law News for 4/20/12

 Educators can suspend students for making a “wish” to blow up the school, according to the federal Second Circuit Court of Appeals. The suspended student was a ten-year-old completing a science assignment in crayon. Students want more discipline at a…

Keeping Up with the Transferring Student: The Duty to Share Information

DA Leone: Information Sharing Amongst Schools Vital to Public Safety Via Arlington Patch There is understandable frustration by many over the reluctance of educators to understand the new legal climate in which information may be shared to enhance campus safety.…