Yes, they can. Do I have your attention yet? Good. In 1985, the Supreme Court ruled in New Jersey v. T.L.O. that school officials may search students without a warrant provided the official has “reasonable grounds for suspecting that the search will turn up evidence that the student has violated…either the law or rules of [...]
Apparently, according to an article posted this week, the board of Community High School District 128 voted unanimously on Monday to require that all students participating in extracurricular activities sign a pledge agreeing that evidence of “illegal or inappropriate” behavior posted on the Internet could be grounds for disciplinary action. High school students are [...]
“Even as Mexico presses the United States to grant unrestricted citizenship to millions of undocumented Mexican migrants, its officials at times calling U.S. policies “xenophobic,” Mexico places daunting limitations on anyone born outside its territory…”
Thats part of a story from Yahoo News today. The article details the hypocrisy of the Mexican government regarding immigration.