Education Law: Equality, Fairness, and Reform (Aspen Casebook)
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Label: Wolters Kluwer
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Wolters Kluwer
Number Of Items: 1
Number Of Pages: 1139
Publication Date: September 23, 2016
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer
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Written by Derek Black, Education Law Association’s 2015 Goldberg Award for Most Significant Publication in Education Law recipient, this second edition casebook develops Education Law through the themes of equality, fairness, and reform. Specifically, Education Law: Equality, Fairness, and Reform, Second Edition, focuses on the laws of equal educational opportunity for various different disadvantaged student populations, the recent reform movements designed to improve education, and the general constitutional rights that extend to all students. Updates included in the second edition include a new chapter devoted to teachers’ rights and reforms, including terminations, tenure, unions, and teacher evaluation, an entirely rewritten chapter on federal policy to incorporate the Every Student Succeeds Act and expansion of sections dealing with sexual orientation and gender identity.
- New chapter devoted to teachers’ rights and reforms, including terminations, tenure, unions, and teacher evaluation.
- Entirely rewritten chapter on federal policy to incorporate the Every Student Succeeds Act.
- Expansion of sections dealing with sexual orientation and gender identity, including the recent Fourth Circuit decision in Grimm v. Gloucester County.
- Reprint of Taylor v. Itawamba, the story of a protest rap song that captured the nation’s attention this past year.
- Additional focus on administrative remedies where court decisions have constrained private causes of action.
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