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Containing over 30% new content and two brand-new chapters, this updated casebook focuses on both K-12 and higher education issues, addressing legal and public policy controversies that impact communities across the nation. Sixty original hypotheticals are included throughout the eleven substantive chapters, which contain extensive material on technology-related issues, recent developments in First Amendment law, and equal access to quality education generally. Topical coverage includes campus safety and the criminal justice system, the rights of educators, bilingual education, special education, religion in the schools, and expanded coverage of privacy law issues, disability rights in postsecondary education, the school-to-prison pipeline, the bullying problem, efforts to legislate accountability and teacher quality, and the burgeoning charter school movement. PowerPoint slides are available to adopters.