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The second edition ofLegal Rights of Teachers and Studentsprovides an applied treatment of the current status of the law governing public schools in the key areas that concern teachers AND students. Written for the growing undergraduate and returning professional audience of teachers, this text addresses legal principles applicable to pre-service and in-service practitioners in a succinct, comprehensive manner. This book addresses the central issues that concern school personnel in their daily activities: church/state relations, instructional issues, student expression, students with disabilities, student discipline, teacher employment, TEACHERS'SUBSTANTIVE RIGHTS, termination of employment and tort liability. Information in this text will guide PRACTITIONERS and help alleviate concerns voiced by new educators who don't know the legal concepts that govern schools.
Table of Contents
|Table of Contents|
|Legal Framework of Public Education|
|State Control of Education|
|Local School Boards|
|Federal Role in Education|
|United States Constitution|
|General Welfare Clause|
|Obligation of Contracts Clause|
|Civil Rights Laws|
|Maintenance of Buildings, Grounds, and Equipment|
|Duty to Warn|
|Breach of Duty/Stan|
|Table of Contents provided by Publisher. All Rights Reserved.|