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For Students:    To Learn About Student Rights and Responsibilities At K-12 Schools

For Parents:      To Help Your Children Experience The Best Of Education

For Educators:  To Support Students As Constitutional People With Legal Rights



Presented by


Boyer P. August, Ed. D., M. S.


§  Winner, 15 Year, California State Supreme Court and United States Supreme Court, Freedom of Speech, Civil Rights Case

§  Writer, a handbook on student rights and responsibilities with an emphasis on California law


§  Director, The Center For The Protection Of Human Rights In Education

§  A California Non-Profit Corporation Since 1978


§  High School Teacher and Administrator

§  Marriage, Family and Child Therapist


§  Teacher, Suicide Awareness And Prevention Programs

§  Director, Student Assistance Counseling Programs

§  Counselor, High School Ethnic Awareness Groups


§  Trained In Suicide Prevention, Crisis Intervention And Chemical Dependency

§  Trained In Self-Esteem Awareness, Peer Counseling And Conflict Resolution


§  Supervisor Of Student Teachers, California State University, East Bay, Hayward, California

§  Adjunct Professor, California State University, East Bay, Hayward, California


§  Supervisor Of Student Teachers, St. Mary’s College, Moraga, California

§  Master Teacher, University of California, Berkeley, California


§  San Quentin State Prison Kairos Assistant-Director and Presenter

§  Juvenile Hall, Intern Chaplain, Martinez, California



“Our answer is the world’s hope; it is to rely on youth ­– not a time of life, but a state of mind, a temper of the will, a quality of the imagination, a predominance of courage over timidity, of the appetite for adventure over the love of ease.” Robert F. Kennedy



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