Subject: parental right, educational authority, pluralism, deliberation, international conventions on parents’ rights
What could the principle of a parental right to educational authority mean for democracy in the long run? Taking its starting point in three models of educational authority, this article questions the current permissive attitude to a parental right in this area. It does... View more
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