Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction: Regte / Law
Nie-fiksie / Non-fiction - Regte / Law
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Fundamental human rights are a constitutive element of democracy and thus need to be safeguarded and upheld. Because democratic practices in schools leave indelible imprints on the youth and become embedded in the culture and ethos of a society (eventually finding expression in the life of a nation), it is imperative to establish a human rights culture in schools and enhance democracy in the education system. Fundamentals of human rights and democracy in education: a South African perspective clarifies the interrelationship between fundamental rights, education and democracy.
While not a comprehensive text on the law and education, it does provide a solid grounding for those studying the role of the Bill of Rights, constitutional values and democracy as they relate to education, school leadership and classroom practice.