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Practical Education Law for the Twenty-First Century
by:Victoria J. Dodd
Practical Education Law for the Twenty-First Century is a one-volume treatise that covers the real-life issues confronting education lawyers, administrators, school board members, and teachers on a daily basis. The volume concisely summarizes and pinpoints trends in 21st-century education law. Author Victoria Dodd also identifies concerns and issues in...
Practical Education Law for the Twenty-First Century is a one-volume treatise that covers the real-life issues confronting education lawyers, administrators, school board members, and teachers on a daily basis. The volume concisely summarizes and pinpoints trends in 21st-century education law. Author Victoria Dodd also identifies concerns and issues in modern-day educational law and provides practical advice to meet these important challenges. Dodd has organized Practical Education Law for the Twenty-First Century into ten chapters, each dealing with a substantive area in educational law. Within each chapter are a number of concise sections that address specific legal concerns. Citations are nationwide in scope and include references to federal and state case law, federal statutory law, and state statutory law. This highly readable text is extremely accessible to nonlegal audiences as well as useful to the legally trained reader. Topics covered by this treatise include school finances, school search and crime issues, residency and fee issues, basic labor law, alternative education and vouchers, injuries to students, athletics, and the overall organization and regulation of public education.
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