Of course. Let's, uh, let's hear what you got.
- What are you doing? - Jesus, Pete!
-你在做什么 -天呐 彼得
Doesn't it make sense just to get rid of them?
They're so dangerous.
We hang on to them until we get to the bottom of this.
They'll be safe here.
My argument is premised on two court cases:
Goss v. Lopez, 1975,
and New Jersey v. T.L.O., 1985.
In Goss, an Ohio school suspended nine students
for delinquent behavior,
but the Supreme Court found
that depriving students of their right to an education
without due process is a violation of their civil rights.
Ms. Wilson, do you agree with that?
Do you agree that those kids
were deprived of their civil rights?
I don't know the specifics of the case, but...
- the principal... - Principal makes sense, right?
-原则上... -原则上没问题 对吧
Education is a civil right.
Everyone should have civil rights.
- Right. - In the second case
a student is accused of smoking in the school bathroom,
but there's no proof.
The charge is premised on a teacher's suspicion.
So the principal searched her purse and found cigarettes
and marijuana-related paraphernalia.
Do you agree with that?
What did the court say?
The court found that students
have a reduced expectation of privacy in schools.
A school is a unique social institution.
It's populated by people who aren't adults in the eyes of the law.
People who have to be here.
- Students. - Yes.
Students are half people.
is there a specific question you have
that Ms. Wilson might be able to address?
Thanks Ms. Tennyson.
Basically my question that I hope Ms. Wilson can help me with
is around this idea of reduced expectation
versus the affirmation by the court of student civil rights.
Like what are the criteria for evaluating
what's a violation of privacy?
Is privacy a civil right?
Maybe the law isn't so sure.
If I went through your desk without you knowing,
would you feel like your privacy was violated?
Feelings aren't a legal argument.
In the New Jersey case, the teacher assumed
the girl was guilty because of her feelings.
That's called reasonable suspicion.
It's all the police need to search your car.
So it's about what's reasonable.
That's what courts are for.
Really it's just about people though, right?
Whether they conform to what we think they are.
It's not that simple.
Nothing ever is.
Thank you so much for your help, Ms. Wilson.
This was, this was great, right?
God, that kid is something else, isn't he?
天呐 这孩子真出色 是不是
All right, people, phones away.
I see you, Sasha.
And you too, Stephanie Kim.
- All right. - It's show time!
You fucked up. And bro,
you can't just go slamming Orlicki against a locker.
He's out there telling everybody.
It's nothing half the school didn't already know.
Besides, I talked to Stephanie.
You two still talk?
Not really, but someone had to resolve this
- before it blows up. - Is she gonna be cool?
- Yeah. - Is she gonna be cool?
Everything's going to be cool, man.
Just squash the beef with Orlicki, all right?
- Corey! - All right, man. Whatever.
-科里 -行 兄弟 随便吧
Deshaun's one bold-ass nigga.
Since Wilson got him tossed off the team,
he's been messed up.
I'll catch you later, man.
We agreed on this.
If you live with me, you have to be responsible for...
All I ask is if you're staying on top of your medication.
I know what the doctor said, Rosemary.
It doesn't mean I'm comfortable with it.