Student Rights in a New Age of Activism
In the United States, the rights of people under the age of 18 are a hotly debated and frequently misunderstood topic. Certain rights are protected for students by the U.S. Constitution, but many people are unsure of what those rights are. Some people even believe student rights do not exist. Up-to-date statistics, engaging sidebars, and informative charts supplement this illuminating text, explaining exactly what rights students have and what recourse they have if those rights are violated. Annotated quotes from legal experts and activists provide additional information about the connection between student rights and student activism.