Good Sam laws only apply to performing medical care such as CPR or doing something like pulling someone out of a burning car and causing them to be paralyzed.
Yes, I understand how the law was written specifically. My point is that it ought to apply nonetheless because, as I stated: "Preventing bullying is rendering emergency assistance so ought to be held harmless with regard to zero tolerance."
What's the difference between someone pulling someone out of a burning car, or pulling someone out of the way of a careening bull
The theory behind good sam is that a person isn't held liable when trying to help someone in immediate trouble. We do that so that people aren't discouraged from helping. Just as a high school shouldn't discourage anyone from preventing bullying.
If some kid had a gun pointed at some heterosexual girls and another student managed to tackle the gunman with no innocent victim getting hurt, would he have been suspended too?
I understand not wanting to encourage poor judgment but I do not understand punishing a hero.