Decided: Pottawatomie County v. Earls - The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ruiles that students do have 4th amendment protections against unreasonable searches and seizures, thus public schools cannot force students to submit to random drug tests in order to participate in extracurricular activities.
From the decision:
"It is difficult to imagine how participants in vocal choir, or the academic team, or even the FHA are in physical danger if they compete in those activities while using drugs, any more than any student is at risk simply from using drugs."
The U.S. Supreme Court will reverse this decision, ruling that participation in extracurricular activities creates a reduced expectation of privacy. Thus while it would be unreasonable to have random drug tests for all students in a public school, it's not unreasonable to do so with just certain students.
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