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Cary answers common legal questions surrounding extracurricular activities in North Carolina public schools.
The 1999 North Carolina General Assembly added new restrictions on the assignment of teachers to extracurricular and noninstructional duties. McColl discusses new statutory provisions and the questions administrators may have in carrying out the new legislation.
The prohibition of distribution of underground newspapers and other printed material on school grounds by students has raised a very difficult legal issue in the area of regulation of student conduct by schools. This article reviews the issues and definitions of what is permissible and impermissible and the legal ramifications.