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    Community Power and Student Rights

    An Interview with Arthur E. Thomas

    Arthur E. Thomas
    Law has traditionally influenced education through the precedent-setting power of key judicial decisions. The Tinker and Serrano judgments, to name only two, have generated new concepts of what student rights and educational equality might mean. Within this framework, a citizen petitions the courts with the expectation that the decision will affect individuals across the country with similar grievances. Judicial decisions can thus be used as instruments to initiate large-scale changes in policy.

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    Summer 1972 Issue

    Abstracts

    Community Power and Student Rights
    An Interview with Arthur E. Thomas
    Arthur E. Thomas
    The Having of Wonderful Ideas
    Eleanor Duckworth
    Learning, Teaching, and Television Production for Children
    The Experience of Sesame Street
    Gerald S. Lesser
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