Education Law Policy & Practice

Un libro in lingua di Kaufman Michael J. Kaufman Sherelyn R. edito da Aspen Pub, 2009

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Kaufman (Law, Loyola U. of Chicago) updates his textbook for an education law class, hoping to empower, engage, and inspire students to integrate education law, policy, and practice. He includes edited versions of the most significant recent decisions in the US Supreme Court, lower federal courses, and state courts interpreting the constitutional and statutory provisions governing American education. The organization is designed to allow students to track the evolution of legal standards in public/private and church/state relations, public school governance, rights and responsibilities of students and teachers, and the educational environment. Provocative dissenting opinions are included to encourage students to analyze legal authority critically, and to reconcile and evaluate competing judicial perspectives. No date is noted for the first edition; the second includes contributions by Sherelyn R. Kaufman, a scholar of teaching and early childhood administration. Annotation ©2009 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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