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You Have the Right to Know Your Rights: What Teens Should Know

Title

You Have the Right to Know Your Rights: What Teens Should Know

Publisher

Enslow Publishers

Pages

104 pages

Publication Year

2005

ISBN

9780766023581

Genre

nonfiction

Topic

Family Relationships; Parental rights termination; losing parental rights; terminated rights;

Annotation

Discusses ways in which the rights of young people have evolved over time; explores the rights of minors in school, the health care system, on the job, and in the courts; and explains ways that teens can protect their rights and what to do if their rights are violated.

Grade Level

6-8, 9-12

Family Formation

mother and father

Main Character

none

Diversity Impact

direct

LGBTQ+

none

Race/Ethnicities

multiple

Awards

Senior High Core Collection, Seventeenth Edition, 2007; Senior High School Library Catalog, Sixteenth Edition, 2006 Supplement, 2006

Keywords

termination of parental rights; emancipation; health care; school; justice system; rights of minors

Item Type

Nonfiction

Format

full length

You Have the Right to Know Your Rights: What Teens Should Know

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