5 Int'l J. Educ. L. & Pol'y 1 (2009)

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The Right to Education as a Constitutional Right                5
(Ingo Richter)
Segregated Schools and Virtuous Markets                        10
(Charles Glenn)
Are Educational Freedom and Social Integration Enemies?        24
(Charles Glenn)
The Politics of Terminology: Human Rights Education vs.
Civic Education                                                37
(Reeta Toivanen)
Country Reports
Implementation of the Right to Education and Rights in
Education by National Courts: Austria                          47
(Claudia Wernig)
The Right to Education and their Perspectives of Effectiveness:
the Brazilian Experience                                       55
(Emerson Garcia)
Communications
Decentralisation of Education: The 'Zones d'Education
Prioritaires' (ZEP- Educational Priority Zones) Model in
reference to Mauritius                                         73
(Jeewan Ramlugun)
Landmark Cases and Legislation
ASBO at 100: A Supreme Court Retrospective on Religion,
Students Rights, and Employee Rights                           81
(Charles J. Russo)

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