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Intellectual Freedom and the Rights of Children
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Intellectual Freedom and the Rights of Children

Author: Judith F Krug
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Publication:School Media Quarterly, 1, 2, 132-135, Win 73
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The in loco parentis concept conflicts directly with the intellectual freedom concept, which provides for free choice, regardless of age, in matters concerning the mind. This basic conflict has reached new proportions in recent years because of the U.S. Supreme Court's recognition of youths' rights in the First Amendment area. (4 references) (Author)
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All Authors / Contributors: Judith F Krug
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The in loco parentis concept conflicts directly with the intellectual freedom concept, which provides for free choice, regardless of age, in matters concerning the mind. This basic conflict has reached new proportions in recent years because of the U.S. Supreme Court's recognition of youths' rights in the First Amendment area. (4 references) (Author)

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