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Students' Rights

The general concept of students' rights is that every child has the right to receive a free and appropriate education, and through this educational process, students have rights in many areas, including expression, discipline, safety, privacy, treatment, and accommodations. Therefore, students' rights are an important topic in any discipline that deals with education.

The focal point of all educational activity is the students. Teachers, principals, school social workers, school psychologists, and other staff are all put in place to influence the process by which students receive their education. Regardless of age, disability, race, sexual orientation, and so on, every student has the right to be treated and encouraged with the idea that he or she has value and worth, and the education should be provided as ...

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