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Drug Testing in Public Schools: How Far Will the Lower Courts Extend Vernonia and Earls?

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The United States Supreme Court cases of Vernonia (1995) and Earls (2002) set forth guidelines of random suspicionless drug testing in public schools. Now, students in primary and secondary public schools in the United States can be subject to drug testing if they participate in school sports or extracurricular activities. While these two cases were the only drug testing cases related to schools decided by the Supreme Court, there have been other cases in the lower courts that examined the same issue. The aim of this paper is to examine these lower court cases to determine if the guidelines set forth in the Supreme Court cases are being followed, distinguished, or expanded. Results are mixed, showing both expansion and restriction of drug testing in public schools. Implications for the future of drug testing in public schools will be discussed.
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Cavanaugh, Michael. and Vaughn, Michael. "Drug Testing in Public Schools: How Far Will the Lower Courts Extend Vernonia and Earls?" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ASC Annual Meeting, Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL, Nov 14, 2012 <Not Available>. 2014-12-11 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p576415_index.html>

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Cavanaugh, M. R. and Vaughn, M. S. , 2012-11-14 "Drug Testing in Public Schools: How Far Will the Lower Courts Extend Vernonia and Earls?" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the ASC Annual Meeting, Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL <Not Available>. 2014-12-11 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p576415_index.html

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Abstract: The United States Supreme Court cases of Vernonia (1995) and Earls (2002) set forth guidelines of random suspicionless drug testing in public schools. Now, students in primary and secondary public schools in the United States can be subject to drug testing if they participate in school sports or extracurricular activities. While these two cases were the only drug testing cases related to schools decided by the Supreme Court, there have been other cases in the lower courts that examined the same issue. The aim of this paper is to examine these lower court cases to determine if the guidelines set forth in the Supreme Court cases are being followed, distinguished, or expanded. Results are mixed, showing both expansion and restriction of drug testing in public schools. Implications for the future of drug testing in public schools will be discussed.


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