This course is designed for high school students participating in the Saturday law class of the Yale-New Haven Public Schools International Studies program. The purpose of the curricula is to examine the extension of the Bill of Rights—the first ten amendments—to the protection of children. This unit specifically deals with the rights of students to freedom of expression and freedom of the press.
(Recommended for Social Studies (Law), grades 10-12)
Education Students’ Rights Law Contemporary Supreme Court Cases Student Teacher