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Educ. 271 (1986), discussing a Kentucky case from 1913 in which a state court upheld a college’s rule forbidding students to frequent certain restaurants and brasseries: [C]ollege authorities stand in loco parentis concerning the physical and moral welfare and mental training of the pupils K [T]here is no question that the power of school authorities over pupils is not confined to the schoolroom or grounds, but to extend to all acts of pupils which are detrimental to the good order and best interest of the school.
When tuitions in private schools, colleges, universities, and graduate schools increase appreciably, many students are faced with the specter of financial inability to complete the courses of study already undertaken. Several modern suits, against medical schools which raised tuition rates, challenged such increases on the basis of breach of contractual obligation. In two of these cases (stated later), it appeared that the school catalog had cautioned that tuition rates were subject to change “without notice” or on a short notice.
68 28 Sairam Bhat mark 0 was permissible so long as the examiners had treated the paper as a failure rather than as plagiarism. Clark was made to re-sit in her finals and was awarded a third class degree which was not good enough for further career options that she wanted to pursue. Clark’s claim was pleaded in contract. The claim was to the effect that the appeal board had misconstrued the meaning of plagiarism, awarded a mark beyond the limits of academic convention and failed to take into account the claimant’s explanation.
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