A student who is suspended or expelled is not allowed to attend classes or participate in school-related activities. This sub-topic includes information on what rights students have when they have been suspended or expelled. This sub-topic also includes information on bullying.
Education Law – Suspensions, expulsions, and discipline
Suspensions, expulsions, and discipline
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