Pa. students seek adoption of their own bill of rights

10/14/2013 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

A group of 15 students from seven secondary schools have proposed that Pittsburgh Public Schools adopt 10 items for a student bill of rights. In meetings with about 80 students, the group drew up their list with the first right being the freedom to express themselves, while they also seek the "right to a socially, emotionally and physically safe and positive school climate," among other proposed rights.

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