Accused students, naively believing that the truth will set them free, are expelled based on no evidence other than an accusation. They are not allowed meaningful due process or any ability to properly defend themselves. Time and time again, schools have bent over backwards to ignore evidence that the accused was innocent. An accused student needs to figure out why he is being wrongly accused and present his case. Knowing that, there are a couple things to do immediately once an accused student receives notice of the accusation.
washingtonexaminer.com By Ashe Schow