A Teacher's Guide to Education Law

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McGraw-Hill, 1995 - Law - 247 pages
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This is a concise, easy-to-read introduction to those topics in education law that are of immediate interest to all classroom teachers. Its goal is to make teacher's "legally literate," so that they can avoid unnecessary litigation in their jobs.

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Contents

Understanding Education Law
1
Curriculum
16
Student Free Speech Rights
40
Copyright

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Tyll van Geel is Taylor Professor of Education at the University of Rochester. Michael Imber is Professor of Educational Policy and Administration at the University of Kansas.

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