We are proud to share that our Law Day in the Schools program, which celebrates its 30th birthday this year, was featured in the Boston Globe’s education section earlier this week.
In the piece, which Globe staffers traveled to William J. Ostiguy High School to report, BBA President-Elect Carol Starkey is quoted on the importance of Miranda Rights, which was this year’s topic for the Law Day in the Schools lessons.
“These words really embody the fundamental rights that we all share as citizens in our criminal justice system — regardless of race, regardless of gender, or income, or sexual identity. It means that we’re all to be treated in a fair and equitable manner,” she told the Globe.
Be sure to read the full story!