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In 4th Circuit, school boards seek broad immunity in disability-based bullying cases

For the sake of their educational mission, school districts must be immune from liability for students’ bullying and teasing of their disabled peers, except when administrators show a “deliberate indifference to known harassment,” the national and Maryland school board associations have told a federal appeals court.

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Law blog roundup

Welcome back to work on this sunny Monday. Check out the links below to brighten your day. University of Maryland School of Law students are proposing stronger measures to protect children who are bullied in schools. For couples who can’t ...

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