Legal Rights of School Leaders, Teachers, and Students, 8th edition
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Legal Rights of School Leaders, Teachers and Students helps aspiring academic professionals, like you, understand how basic legal principles apply to educational questions. Written in a reader-friendly style that legal novices can easily understand, the text details the principles underlying school law and provides essential guidelines for school personnel to follow in their everyday work. Descriptive scenarios of landmark cases and compelling visuals clarify concepts and help educators understand the context of legal principles as they apply to a range of school issues.
The 8th Edition combines 2 highly successful books, Public School Law: Teachers' and Students' Rights and Legal Rights of Teachers and Students, with updated coverage of current and emerging legal issues, policies, and judicial decisions that affect classroom teachers. A new chapter on alternatives to traditional public schooling and expanded discussions of technology and social media use, rights of students with disabilities and the importance of legal literacy.
Published by Pearson (July 14th 2021) - Copyright © 2019
Subject: Educational Leadership
Category: School Law
1. Introduction to School Law
2. Tort Liability
3. Church/State Relations
4. Instructional Issues
5. Student Expression, Association, and Appearance
6. Student Classifications
7. Rights of Students with Disabilities
8. Student Discipline
9. Terms and Conditions of Employment
10. Teachers' Substantive Constitutional Rights
11. Discrimination in Employment
12. Termination in Employment
13. Alternatives to Traditional Public Schooling to Increase Educational Choice
14. Summary of Legal Generalizations
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