No Animals Allowed on School Grounds: A discussion of how rules and laws are written and interpreted. TM. What is a law?. TM. How are Rules Similar to Laws?. TM. What is the Supreme Law of the Land?. The United States Constitution. TM. What does this mean?.
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No Animals Allowed on School Grounds: A discussion of how rules and laws are written and interpreted TM
What is the Supreme Law of the Land? The United States Constitution TM
What does this mean? The Constitution delineates the powers of each branch of government. TM
The Three Branches of Government • The Legislative Branch makes the laws TM
The Three Branches of Government • The Executive Branch executes the laws TM
The Three Branches of Government • The Judicial Branch interprets the laws TM
What else does “Supreme Law of the Land” mean? Laws enacted by the legislative branch cannot conflict with the United States Constitution. TM
If conflict exists, the law will be invalid as unconstitutional. X VS. TM
Consider the following proposed new rule for your school: No Animals are Allowed on School Grounds TM
Ask yourself: • What is the rule intended to accomplish? • Will the rule create a better school? • Will the rule keep students safe? TM
Ask yourself: • Is the rule reasonable? • Is it clear and easy to follow? • What should be the penalty for disobeying the rule? TM
Ask yourself: • Is the rule fair? • Can the rule be applied to everyone equally? TM