A Teacher's Guide to Education Law

Un libro in lingua di Michael Imber Van Geel Tyll edito da Taylor & Francis, 2010

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This book is adapted from the larger work Education Law, and focuses on education law as it pertains specifically to a teacher's rights and responsibilities concerning employer and student issues. Imber (educational leadership and policy studies, U. of Kansas) and van Geel (education, U. of Rochester) take pains to make sure that the text is clearly written, and that areas prone to error or litigation get extra attention. Chapters begin generally and become more elaborate as basic issues and specific terms become understood. This fourth edition has been fully updated with information about subjects that have been greatly revised or newly added, including the No Child Left Behind Act, affirmative action and rules concerning internet use. The text includes portions of the U.S. Constitution concerning educational law, and a table of education--based court cases. This text is suitable for and highly applicable to current or future teachers, and school administration employees. Annotation ©2010 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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