School Law: Cases and Concepts

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Allyn and Bacon, 1993 - Educational law and legislation - 456 pages
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"This text is written for K-12 educators and others who have little background in school law and need to know the sources of law under which educators operate. It focuses on an understanding of legal rationale and principles that inform practice." This text enables educators to operate in a legally defensible and educationally sound manner. This new edition examines policies and litigation pertaining to church and state issues, legal rights and restrictions applicable to students and teachers, desegregation, school finance, vouchers, and charter schools, developments in disabilities law, and harassment of students. Pre-service and in-service teachers and administrators

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It's a textbook filled with Supreme Court case decisions and dissents that have defined school law over the last 100 years. While not exactly a piece that will enthrall the average reader, anyone who ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter Two Schools and the State
20
Religion in the Schools
28
Chapter Three Students and the Law
87
Copyright

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