Educational Policy and the Law / Edition 3by Mark G. Yudof, David L. Kirp, Betsy Levin
Pub. Date: 09/01/1991
Publisher: West Group
This text offers thorough coverage of case law as it applies to elementary and secondary school administrators. Its interdisciplinary (law/education) approach integrates legal and educational policy throughout, using cases and articles with notes and discussion questions.
Table of Contents1. SCHOOLING AND THE STATE. The Pierce Compromise and its Implications for Education Governance. Compulsory Schooling, Public Policy, and the Constitution. State Regulation of Nonpublic School. Home Schooling. Discrimination and Private Education. State Aid to Private Schools. 2. SOCIALIZATION AND STUDENT AND TEACHER RIGHTS. Introduction. Religious, Political, and Moral Socialization. Opening the School to Alternative Ideas. 3. DISCIPLINARY PROCESS. Introduction. Governmental Regularity and School Rules. Gathering the Evidence to Prove the Infraction. Procedural Due Process. 4. EDUCATIONAL GOVERNANCE AND THE LAW. Introduction: Elections, Bureaucracy, and Democratic Accountability. Professionalism and Collective Bargaining. Schools and Markets. Reform, Regulation, and Restructuring. Private Remedies: Education Malpractice Suite. 5. SCHOOL FINANCE. Introduction. Describing and Assessing the Historical System. Interdistrict Inequalities. Intradistrict Inequalities. The Right to a "Free" Public Education. 6. EQUAL EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY AND RACE. Introduction. The Judicial Response to School Segregation. The Progress of School Desegregation. Desegregation: Evolution of a Constitutional Standard. School Desegregation: The Role of the Political Branches. 7. CHANGING FEDERAL ROLE IN EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY AND EXCELLENCE.
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