I like the bill of rights. What I don't like is how it is ignored in schools, for some reason that I do not know.
For example, the 4th amendment, the right to not consent to a search. Why is this amendments so frequently ignored in schools? The 5th amendment, the right to remain silent, is also frowned upon in the school. Technically, the school cannot force you by physical means to talk, but they can detain you for more than three hours, the maximum detainment term in most states, thus violating the 5th amendment.
Why is not PC applicable in schools? Should not children have right as well?