While the scope of a student’s right to a fair hearing before discipline is uncertain and evolving, one thing is clear: the school must follow its own published procedures in determining whether to discipline a student. Here, the defendant school’s procedure said that students would have the right to cross-examine witnesses. The school misinterpreted this as granting cross-examination only if the witness gave live testimony at the disciplinary hearing and not if the witness made a written statement before the hearing on which the school relied in disciplining the student. The student was entitled to a hearing at which he could cross-examine any person whose statement, written or oral. was being used against him.