Justin Driver of the University of Chicago Law School recently visited the National Constitution Center for a stimulating discussion on the role the U.S. Supreme Court has played in defining the rights of students in America’s public schools, from race and drugs to religion and free speech.

Professor Driver, author of The Schoolhouse Gate: Public Education, the Supreme Court, and the Battle for the American Mind, examines defining cases, current legal practices, and historical milestones outlining student rights.

Watch the full video here.

Lauren Klosinski

ALI Staff

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