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Since the 1970s the politicization of education policy has placed the law that governs education in schools among the fastest changing and made this one of the most controversial and interesting areas of law.
In the past twenty-five years the rise of parental choice, responses to issues of educational standards, and pupil behaviour have transformed relationships between pupils, parents, schools, central and local government. This book looks at the present-day system this transformation has brought about from a rights perspective. It provides an accurate and up-to-date account of the law that generates and reflects these rights. It also explains the origin of education rights and the role that it plays within the school system as a who