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Court Case Decisions
Student Research Form, Print and Complete 

Plaintiffs: [in these cases, the person or persons suing a school or school district]
  1. Based on your readings of this decision, what arguments do you think your side used to convince the court of their claims?




Defendants: [in these cases, schools or school districts]

  1. Based on your readings of this decision, what arguments did your side used to convince the court of their position?




Judges:

You are one of the judges in the actual courtroom when the plaintiffs and defendants made their arguments to the court. Think up 3-5 question you ask each side in order to make this decision.

  • Questions for Plaintiffs:




  • Questions for Defendants:




All Teams:
  1. Do you agree with this decision? Why or why not?





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