edited 7th Nov '11 9:36:33 AM by DomaDoma
edited 7th Nov '11 9:39:01 AM by vanthebaron
edited 9th Nov '11 2:03:42 PM by chihuahua0
- “Creating a hostile educational environment” shall not be construed to include discomfort and unpleasantness that can accompany the expression of a viewpoint or belief that is unpopular, not shared by other students, or not shared by teachers or school officials.
- The policy shall not be construed or interpreted to infringe upon the First Amendment rights of students and shall not prohibit their expression of religious, philosophical, or political views; provided, that such expression does not include a threat of physical harm to a student or damage to a student’s property.
- Harassment, intimidation, or bullying prevention task forces, programs, and other initiatives formed by school districts, including any curriculum adopted for such purposes, shall not include materials or training that explicitly or implicitly promote a political agenda, make the characteristics of the victim the focus rather than the conduct of the person engaged in harassment, intimidation, or bullying, or teach or suggest that certain beliefs or viewpoints are discriminatory when an act or practice based on such belief or viewpoint is not a discriminatory practice as defined in 4-21-102(4).
edited 4th Jan '12 5:35:29 PM by Enkufka
edited 4th Jan '12 9:20:16 PM by ohsointocats
edited 4th Jan '12 9:00:23 PM by Karmakin
You need to Get Known to get one of those.