Case Study Of Connick V. Myers

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In one case I can see that it is similar to the discussion about the ribbon to support gay rights. In this case the teacher has taken a vocal role in what she believes in. The legal view that she is taking is the First Amendment and the second clause. This law is the freedom of speech and press. I can see that she is doing it in the wrong place and time. From what I can see she is disrupting the normal class operations. This is within the grounds of Insubordination if this continues. In the court case of Connick v. Myers says that freedom of expression is not protected when an employee speaks about matters of personal interest. Connick v. Myers 461 U.S. 138 (1983) She clearly speaks for her personal interest because whenever she gets a chance she speaks about animal rights. The implications for teacher is that she gets a better understanding of her actions and apologize to the parents. She understands that many of her student’s parents are raising animals for food. She knows if she …show more content…
In the areas of Sec. 300.320 through 300.324 it will help you define the areas of the individualized education program which the students might need. If they do not have any kind of special needs, there are many kinds of pros and cons of individualized instruction which might be the reason why it is affecting the students. The Board of Education v. Rowley, 458 U.S. 176 (1982), brought the first important opinion about the (IDEA) to public schooling. For the implication for the teacher, I think he will listen to the principal and drop the Individualized Instruction because some of the students are falling even more behind. I can see that he tried a new idea to help his students, but I can see that it worked for the student who were advanced in their lessons. For the implication for the students I think that the teacher will find new instructions to help the student learn

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