Library Journal - Library JournalThis updated revision of the authors' The Rights of Parents in the Education of Their Children (NCCE, 1977) provides clearly written, definitive answers to more than 200 questions parents may have about legal issues affecting public schools. The rights of parents and students are identified in such areas as discipline and due process; freedom of expression; religious, racial, and sexual discrimination; injuries; and school records. This excellent handbook fosters legal literacy among parents, encourages negotiation, and discourages litigation. Highly recommended for all public and school libraries. Leonard Grundt, Nassau Community Coll. Lib., Garden City, N.Y .
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