We the Students: Supreme Court Decisions for and about Students
The newly revised second edition of We the Students includes:
- New Supreme Court cases along with noteworthy state and federal cases.
- More examples and exercises to provide readers with a greater understanding of constitutional law in a way in which they can relate and understand.
- Expert commentary about protecting students from bullying.
- New or expanded coverage of affirmative action; drug testing; school vouchers, discrimination based on gender, sexual orientation, or citizenship; student disabilities; and religion in school.
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An excellent book for classrooms or research. Well-organized, current, and relevant, and includes the actual text (edited for brevity/clarity) of the decisions of the Supreme Court, and in most cases ... Read full review
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Jamin B Raskin
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