A Human and Constitutional Right to a Quality Public Education: Looking Ahead in the Struggle for the Rights of Teachers, Parents, and Students

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Written by Victor Narro, Janna Shaddunk-Hernández 11 October 2019

The authors use the Declaration of Human Rights and the U.S. Constitution as a lens through which they examine how to ensure quality education and labor protections as fundamental human rights, why ensuring those rights is necessary, and how these protections can bring change and justice to classrooms.

Publisher: Institute for Research on Labor and Employment, UCLA

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Categories: Paper, Inequality, Culture and Democracy, Education