JOINING CLUBS MAY REQUIRE PARENTAL OKAY
Georgia lawmakers want to curb student access to extracurriculars by requiring parental consent. This comes on the heels of White County 's banning of all non-academic clubs, which some say is related to the recent formation of a student-run gay/lesbian support alliance, P.R.I.D.E. Education law expert Anne P. Dupre said if the school wants to "ban all non-curricular clubs, they have the power to do that" although it would be breaking the law if all clubs were banned just to hurt P.R.I.D.E. To listen to the complete story, see NPR online . The title is "Georgia plans to shed light on after-school activities." It was reported by Rickey Bevington, and aired 3/28/06.
"JOINING CLUBS MAY REQUIRE PARENTAL OKAY" (2006). In The News. Paper 372.