Consumer Bill of Rights
The six right of consumers
The first right is to be informed. To be informed means to know what is going on. For example knowing what your homework is, is to be informed. The next right is the freedom to choose. Everyone has the option to choose what they want. An example is you can choose what you want on a menu. The next right is to be heard. To be heard means that you get to say what you want. An example is getting called on by the teacher. The next right is education. The right of education means anyone should be able to learn. An example is that anyone can go to school. The next right is service. Service is when you help people without getting paid for it. An example of service is to volunteer at a shelter with homeless people. The last right is safety. Safety is to be safe and not in harm. An example of safety is to dress warm when it is cold outside.