Student Rights and the Special Characteristics of the School Environment in A merican Jurisprudence

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Title: Student Rights and the Special Characteristics of the School Environment in A merican Jurisprudence
Author: Blokhuis, Jason C.
Abstract: In merican jurisprudence, there can be no presumption of constitutional rights coextensive with those of adults for children in any institutional context. This includes public schools, in part because of the legal status of minors and in part because the ‘special characteristics of the school environment’ are predicated on a ‘custodial and tutelary’ relationship between teachers and pupils.
URI: http://primo.tug-libraries.on.ca/WATERLOO:TN_ericEJ1052975
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11895/58
http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1467-9752.12096
Date: 2015


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