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A federal court in California ruled that a former school district superintendent and the former principal of a high school are not entitled to qualified immunity on a group of students’ Fourteenth Amendment, state-created danger claim relating to actions taken in response to “racist and derogatory” Instagram posts the students were associated with.

SAN FRANCISCO – A federal court in California ruled that a former school district superintendent and the former principal of a high school are not entitled to qualified immunity on a 14th Amendment, state-created danger claim relating to actions taken in response to “racist and derogatory” Instagram posts with which the plaintiff students were associated.

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