Law: School Rules

The Supreme Court goes back to school almost every term. Year after year the court is asked to rule on aspects of public education, from major issues like segre gation to less explosive problems like the limits of student "free speech" and the status of nontenured teachers. Last week the court put two more entries in its school rule book:

> Cleveland Junior High School Teacher Jo Carol LaFleur was pregnant and due to give birth in late July. She wanted to finish out the school year, but school board officials forced her to begin an unpaid maternity leave in March because...

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