The educator's guide to Texas school law

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University of Texas Press, 1994 - Biography & Autobiography - 371 pages
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This book is intended for all Texas school personnel--superintendents, principals, teachers, supervisors, counselors, and coaches--as well as school board members and school law attorneys. The authors endeavor to explain in lay language what the law is and what the implications are for effective school operation.

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User Review  - Mark Rubin-toles - Goodreads

This book is clearly organized, lucidly written, and occasionally leavened with humor, which I found surprising in a book about a topic that can be so dry. It would be perfect if it contained some ... Read full review

Contents

Student Attendance and the Instructional Program
31
Special Education
65
Employment
86
Copyright

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