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Title Students' rights : opposing viewpoints / Jamuna Carroll, book editor

Imprint Detroit [Mich.] : Greenhaven Press/Thomson Gale, c2005.


Location Call No. OPAC Message Status
 Axe 3rd Floor Stacks  344.0793 St941r 2005    ---  Available
 FSCC Reference  016 OPP 2005    ---  Available
Description 207 p. ; 22 cm.
Series Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)
Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered).
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 202-203) and index.
Contents Do all youth have equal access to a quality education? No Child Left Behind Act protects the right of all students to receive a quality education / Rod Paige -- No Child Left Behind Act does not protect the right of all students to receive a quality education / Stan Karp -- Affirmative action in college admissions ensures equality / Graciela Elizabeth Geyer, interviewed by Nic Paget-Clarke -- Affirmative action in college admissions is discrimination / George W. Bush -- Subsidizing college tuition for illegal immigrants is just / American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California -- Subsidizing college tuition for illegal immigrants is unfair / Ward Connerly -- Are schools justified in restricting students' expression? Allowing religious expression in school violates students' rights / Ellen Johnson -- Allowing religious expression in school protects students' rights / Mathew D. Staver -- Suppressing threatening speech infringes on students' rights / David L. Martinson -- Suppressing threatening speech is necessary and constitutional / David L. Stader -- School dress codes limit students' freedom to expression / Charles Haynes -- School dress codes are necessary and constitutional / Stephen Daniels.
Should schools be allowed to infringe on students' rights to privacy? Random school searches undermine students' privacy rights / Joe Blankenau, Mark Leeper -- Random school searches ensure safety and are constitutional / Mitchell L. Yell, Michael E. Rozalski -- Students have the right to receive family planning services without parental notification / Abigail English, Carol A. Ford -- Parents have the right to know when their children receive family planning services at school / Tanya L. Green -- Patriot Act threatens students' privacy rights / Amy Miller, Ryan Lozar -- Patriot Act infringes on international students' privacy rights / part I: Sonia Mukhi ; part II: Kate McCormack -- Patriot Act protects privacy rights / part I: Viet D. Dinh ; part II: Johnny N. Williams -- Do school drug policies violate students' rights? Random drug testing is harmful and infringes on students' rights / Fatema Gunja et al. -- Random drug testing is necessary and does not violate students' rights / David G. Evans -- School zero tolerance policies for drugs are unjust / Russell J. Skiba -- School zero tolerance policies for drugs are necessary / Patrick Tobin -- Student drug offenders should have access to federal financial aid / Drug Policy Alliance -- Student drug offenders do not deserve federal financial aid / Joyce Nalepka.
Indexed In: Wilson's senior High School, November 2006
School Library Journal, December 2005
Summary Presents a collection of twenty-five essays that address the controversial issues of student's rights, and discusses school policies in regard to free expression of speech and when that expression becomes inappropriate.
Audience Young Adult Follett Library Resources
Subject Students -- Civil rights.
Students -- Legal status, laws, etc.
Students -- United States -- Civil rights.
Students -- United States -- Legal status, laws, etc.
Added Author Carroll, Jamuna.
ISBN 0737730889 (alk. paper)
0737730897 (pbk. : alk. paper)
Standard No. 9780737730883 (alk. paper) 90000

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