An Illinois high school teacher’s constitutional warning has put him at odds with school officials, the Huffington Post reports. Batavia High School teacher John Dryden may face disciplinary action for reminding students that there is a Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination before administering a school survey last month, according to local reports. Following several student suicides in recent years, the survey, which included questions about student drug and alcohol use, was meant as a “screener,” the school district’s chief academic officer, Brad Newkirk, told the Daily Herald. The results would be viewed by school counselors and psychologists, Newkirk said…

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