It was stated to me my my assistant principle that teachers cannot enforce summer reading since education is supposed to be free and appropriate. I work in a high school and we wish for our english students to pick up a book, that's less than $10, to read over the summer. Is there any truth in this claim?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Re: Free education
Don't know if this is a legal issue. You should abide by what your school site administration instructs you to do as they have the authority over teachers, students and curriculum.
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