Law of Schools, Students, and Teachers in a Nutshell
West Publishing Company, 1995 - Educational law and legislation - 500 pages
Attendance in Public Schools; The Instructional Program; Due Process Rights of Students; Freedom of Speech and Expression; Religion in Public Schools and State Funding of Religious Schools; Student Publications; Search and Seizure; Student Discipline; Racial Segregation; Education of Disabled Children; Student Sex Discrimination; Civil Liability; Student Records, Defamation and Privacy; Student Testing; Terms and Conditions of Teacher Employment; Constitutional Rights of Teachers; Teacher Dismissal; Employment Discrimination.
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The Instructional Program
Due Process Rights of Students
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The Law of Schools, Students and Teachers in a Nutshell, 5th
Kern Alexander,M Alexander
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