Learning Pathway: Student Rights in School and Society

In this Student Rights in School and Society Learning Pathway, you will find a Student Legal Rights Digital Choice Board and links to learning activities throughout the Building Democracy for All eBook focusing on students' rights and responsibilities in the American political and educational systems.

Building Democracy For All is designed so that teachers and students can follow different learning pathways as they explore the material in the book. Rather than proceeding sequentially through the standards, the learning pathways invite a thematic approach. Other learning pathways include: Black Lives Matter, Influential Women, Election 2024, 2022, and 2020Media Literacy, and Current Events.

Student Legal Rights in School Choice Board

(click here to make your own copy of the choice board)

Students Legal Rights in School choice board
Student Legal Rights in School Choice Board by Robert W. Maloy, Ed.D. & Torrey Trust, Ph.D.,
College of Education, University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Licensed under CC BY NC ND 4.0

Building Democracy for All Chapters

Topic 1: The Philosophical Foundations of the United States Political System

Topic 3: Institutions of United States Government

Amador Valley Human Rights Club
"Amador Valley Human Rights Club" by Melissa Ott is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0

Topic 4: The Rights and Responsibilities of Citizens

Minnesota High School Students Walked Out
Minnesota High School Students Walked Out of School to Demand Changes to Gun Laws, March 7, 2018 by A1Cafel is licensed by CC BY 2.0

Topic 5: The Constitution, Amendments, and Supreme Court Decisions

Topic 6: The Structure of Massachusetts State and Local Government

Topic 7: Freedom of the Press and News/Media Literacy

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