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Presents varying opinions about the rights of students in the United States, including restricting students' expression, affirmative action in college admissions, and the legality of school dress codes.
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Grade 9 Up–With balance and insight, this volume addresses controversial issues relevant to teens. Chapters present both sides of key questions such as Do All Youth Have Equal Access to a Quality Education? and Should Schools Be Allowed to Infringe on Students' Right to Privacy? Under these headings, essays cover hot topics such as No Child Left Behind, religion in schools, dress codes, The Patriot Act, access to family-planning information, random drug testing, and illegal immigrants' access to federal financial aide, while posing significant questions to help students develop critical-thinking skills. Many of the 25 essays are dated 2003 or later, and a list of advocacy organizations with Web sites is included. Accessible in vocabulary and style, this volume complements Patricia Hinchey's Student Rights (ABC-CLIO, 2001). Libraries needing to update their persuasive paper resources will want to purchase it.–Kathy Lehman, Thomas Dale High School Library, Chester, VA
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Book Description Greenhaven, 2005. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110737730897
Book Description Greenhaven, 2005. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0737730897