Question: What process must a school adhere to when expelling a student in Wisconsin?

Answer: Before the student can be expelled, the school board must give him an expulsion hearing. By statute, a family must receive written notice from school administrators that the expulsion will take place. The notice must include the statue or rule that the student allegedly violated; the conduct that is at issue, the time and place of the hearing, and a statement that the hearing could result in the student’s expulsion. Also the notice must include a statement that lets the student and/or parents know that they may be represented by a lawyer at the hearing.

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