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To: 84rules
Parents have no due process or privacy right to override the determinations of public schools as to the information to which their children will be exposed while enrolled as students.

What about private schools?

2 posted on 11/03/2005 6:18:02 AM PST by A. Pole (M. Boskin: "It doesn't make any difference whether a country makes potato chips or computer chips!")
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To: A. Pole

No mention of private schools. But the ruling makes clear that the court considers the public school system to be the highest authority and all must bow down before it.


3 posted on 11/03/2005 6:25:43 AM PST by 84rules ( Ooh-Rah! Semper Fi!)
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To: A. Pole

If the parents have no right to control the content of education then the government should have no right to force them to pay for it. It is taxation without representation, the stuff of revolution if History serves.


5 posted on 11/03/2005 6:37:47 AM PST by Old North State
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To: A. Pole

I don't get it. Abortion is covered by the right to privacy, but asking little kids about their sexual thoughts isn't?


9 posted on 11/03/2005 7:03:46 AM PST by joylyn
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