Student Rights comic strip - Isaac Loke

Student Rights comic strip - Isaac Loke
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  • In Mr. Davis's Room
  • I'll be taking that now sir...
  • Still in Class...
  • Hmm.. let's see here. "I can probably just ditch the rest of math class, it's boring af anyway..." to David
  • After Class...
  • I'm sorry Ryan, but we can't return your phone. It's school policy that we keep your phone here permanently
  • Ryan gets his phone confiscated in Mr. Davis's class by the new substitute
  • Later, at Home...
  • IS THAT EVEN LEGAL?
  • Mr. Davis started reading Ryan's texts out loud to the rest of the class. At the time, Ryan didn't know this, but this was a disruption of privacy.
  • Help Arrives...
  • Don't worry, we'll get you sorted out.
  • To make things worse, the school's phone policy was badly reviewed by the legal department, so they could get away with absurd rules like this one.
  • The Next Day, At School...
  • You can't any students' phones here forever. They must be returned. If you don't change the policy, it can be reported as a violation of the students' rights.
  • Ryan's mom saw that they would need extra help on the subject, so she contacted the ACLU
  • I'm gonna find someone who can help you, okay?
  • I don't know, but we signed the handbook, so I guess they can do that
  • The ACLU helped Ryan figure out what rights he had as a student, and how the school blatantly violated them.
  • Wait, so they couldn't take my phone OR read my texts out loud?
  • The ACLU member confronted the school principle about the policy, and demanded a change, allowing Ryan and all others who lost their phones to the school to get them back. Then, the substitute was fired.
  • Since when?!
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