Pennsylvania state court preliminarily enjoins school district from enforcing random student drug testing policy

M.K. v. Delaware Valley Sch. Dist., No. 11-434 (Pa. Ct. Comm. Pl. Jul. 21, 2011), is an interesting case. There, a Pennsylvania lower court issued a preliminary injunction barring Delaware Valley School District (DVSD) from enforcing its random drug testing…

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1 Response to Pennsylvania state court preliminarily enjoins school district from enforcing random student drug testing policy

  1. bower says:

    Drug abuse in schools is as serious as drug abuse at the workplace or even worse. The implementation of random student drug testing policy should be encouraged in other districts and states too. Only by appealing to high level government officials could we guarantee a resolution in this matter.

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