Public school officials have final say on classroom content, appellate court holds

December 1998
Church & State;Dec98, Vol. 51 Issue 11, p17
Reports on an United States appelate court ruling that public school officials have final say on classroom content. New Jersey elementary school student Zachary Hood's absence of constitutional right to defy his teacher and read a Bible story to his classmates.


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