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Understanding student rights in schools : speech, religion, and privacy in educational settings

Author: Bryan R Warnick
Publisher: New York : Teachers College Press, Teachers College, Columbia University, [2013]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bryan R Warnick
ISBN: 9780807753798 0807753793
OCLC Number: 811606413
Description: x, 197 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: 1. Introduction to student rights --
The problem of student rights and school contexts --
The nature of rights --
The right to education --
2. The special characteristics of schools --
Age of school populations --
Semi-captive audience --
Focus on student safety --
Public accountability and legitimacy --
School-associated action --
Multiple constituencies and parents' rights --
Promotion of educational goals --
3. Student speech rights --
Age and speech --
Semi-captive audience, semi-captive speech --
Parent rights and student speech --
Student safety and student speech --
Public accountability, democracy, and student speech --
School-associated student speech --
Student speech and educational goals --
The "educational criterion" for speech rights --
4. Rights to religious expression --
The ethics of student religious freedoms --
The problem of religious freedoms in public schools --
The special characteristics of schools and religious freedoms --
A two-pronged approach to religion --
The "educational criterion" and rights to religious expression --
5. Privacy and surveillance --
Privacy, schools, and the courts --
Privacy and student safety --
Privacy and the educational mission : privacy, order, and discipline --
Privacy and civic education --
Privacy and educational relationships --
The case of drug testing --
The case of surveillance cameras --
Navigating the tensions of privacy in schools : the "educational criterion" --
6. How to think about student rights.
Responsibility: Bryan R. Warnick.

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