In recent years, a number of school districts have begun drug testing their teachers, only to find that the Supreme Court's special needs exception is failing. As it has in other corners of its Fourth Amendment jurisprudence, the Court has erected an exception predicated on a vague "reasonableness" standard, the application of which often varies with the ad hoc interpretations of individual courts.
Testing Our Teachers,
Emory L. J.
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