Principals Teaching the Law

Un libro in lingua di David Schimmel Suzanne Eckes Matthew Militello edito da Corwin Pr, 2010

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Although teaching law is not officially part of their job description, principals are generally looked to by their staff for advice on the legal aspects of education. Education academics Schimmel (U. of Massachusetts, Amherst), Eckes (Indiana U.), and Militello (North Carolina State U.) present a practical text to help principals become better-informed and effective school-law teachers. The text includes ten lesson plans designed for ten 60-minute professional development sessions, covering ten key topics: liability for student injuries, student freedom of expression, special education, student due process and search and seizure, student harassment and bullying, teacher freedom of expression, teacher lifestyle choices and out-of-school conduct, religion, student records and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, and abuse and neglect. The "ready-made" lessons require minimal preparation time for the presenter; alternative ideas and supplemental resources are also included. Annotation ©2010 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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