Although the rules about what students can and cannot do is a large part of education law, students have certain rights as well, which are guaranteed and cannot be taken away by teachers or school administrators. The first amendment rights of students are specifically guaranteed by the Department of Education. Students have the right to speak freely and form any type of interest group, including religious, as long as they are not disruptive, are student-led, voluntary, and do not infringe on any other types of clubs nor their free speech. The guides below contain everything you need to know about student rights in education law.