A Pregnant Teenager's Right to Education in Texas (Comment)


This comment focuses on a pregnant teenager's right to an education in Texas while emphasizing that alternative schools may not provide an equal or the best education for a pregnant student. Part II provides a legal and historical background of a pregnant student's right to an education in Texas. Part III discusses the effect Title IX has had on a pregnant student's opportunity for an adequate education. Part IV examines the education a pregnant student receives in an alternative education program and whether it is, in fact, "equal" to an education she would receive in her home school. Part V provides solutions for improving a pregnant teenager's education opportunities by providing outreach to high school counselors and educating pregnant teenagers about their rights

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