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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

Publication Year

2005

ISBN

9780766023581

Pages

104 pages

Genre

nonfiction

Format

full length

Item Type

Nonfiction

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

Topic

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

Main Character

none

Race/Ethnicities

multiple

Family Formation

mother and father

LGBTQ+

none

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

Diversity Impact

direct

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

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