The New York Times' Linda Greenhouse called it "a Supreme Court term of surpassing interest, rich in symbol and substance.” It was that, and for the secondary-school community especially, the 1999-2000 term was packed with questions of surpassing importance to many young people involving parental rights as well as those guaranteed by the First, Fourth, and Fifth Amendments.

First Amendment

Parental Rights

Fourth Amendment

Fifth Amendment


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