At least in my school the Fourth Amendment is the most unclear of all of our Constitutional Rights. To stop me from waisting your time here is the text of the Amendment. So should students (in your opinion) have the right secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects against unwarranted searching by teachers and other adult authority figures? This is one debate where I see, and agree with, both sides of the issue. In disagreement to this right; Is requiring a warrant or Third-Person probable cause too time consuming and incommodious to properly secure students from threats of violence and other threats? But on the other side of the issue; Is it appropriate to take away rights, conceived by our Forefathers with the health and security of our nation in mind, from students. When you start with taking away "unneeded" rights to do what administrators think is right for their subordinate subjects? It is definitely a slippery slope.Privacy is also a great issue in this. Teenagers are at an awkward time in life where privacy and social stability are the primary staples in life? Two possible situations. What is your opinion on these. 1. A Principal of a High School hears from many students that Student X is selling drugs on campus. So said Principal calls Student X out of his class and has him empty his bags. 2. There is a rabid drug problem in Principal's school, but know one will talk. He orders all students to report to The Commons and empty their bags and pockets and all other places of concealment. So whats you opinion on 4th amendment, and especially how it applies in schools.