Texas Wesleyan Law Review
Procedural Due Process for Texas Public School Students Receiving Disciplinary Transfers to Alternative Education Programs
Nevares v. San Marcos Consolidated Independent School District" is the first Texas case to challenge whether disciplinary transfers of public school students without notice and a hearing are unconstitutional, because they deny students procedural due process. This article will explore whether Texas public school students accused of committing felony offenses while off campus should be afforded the procedural due process protections of notice and hearing prior to their disciplinary transfer to alternative education programs.
Patty B. Tillman,
Procedural Due Process for Texas Public School Students Receiving Disciplinary Transfers to Alternative Education Programs,
Tex. Wesleyan L. Rev.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.37419/TWLR.V3.I1.7