Examines the way courts have wrestled with student expression in school, including political protest, speech codes, student newspapers, book banning in school libraries, and school prayer. Title and contents digitally reproduced by permission of the publisher from SPEAKING UP: THE UNINTENDED COSTS OF FREE-SPEECH IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS by Anne Dupre, Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, Copyright 2009 by the President and Fellows of the Harvard College. Fees for this permission have been waived.http://digitalcommons.law.uga.edu/books/1001/thumbnail.jp
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