II. Traditional Constitutional Differences between the United States and Canada ... A. The United States Bill of Rights ... B. The Canadian Bill of Rights ... C. The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
III. The Fundamental Freedoms in the Charter and Their Guarantee of Children's Intellectual Rights ... A. Freedom of Conscience and Religion in Public Schools ... 1. Religion in Public Schools in the United States ... 2. Religion in Public Schools in Canada ... B. Freedom of Thought, Belief, Opinion, and Expression ... 1. Freedom of Speech and Expression in the United States ... 2. Freedom of Speech and Expression in Canada ... C. Freedom of Peaceful Assembly and Association ... 1. Freedom of Association in United States Schools … 2. Freedom of Association in Canadian Schools ... D. Conclusions
IV. The Impact of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms on the Intellectual Rights of Children in Canada ... A. Empirical Evidence Regarding the Development of Rational Thinking in Children ... 1. Deductive Reasoning ... 2. Inductive Reasoning ... 3. Moral Reasoning ... B. Implications of Empirical Evidence of Rationality to the Provisions of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms
James R. P. Ogloff,
Children's Intellectual Rights in Canada: A Comparative Constitutional Approach,
68 Neb. L. Rev.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/nlr/vol68/iss1/10