Traditionally, civil rights in education in the US have been defined through mandates for fair treatment in schools free of bias on race, gender and other classifications. This work traces the legal history of civil rights, suggesting alternatives to the adversarial nature of lawsuits.
Publisher: AMS Press
Number of pages: 187
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