New York Education Laws
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More than just a statutory compilation, New York Education Laws is the best way to keep up-to-date with the broad spectrum of laws impacting education in New York. With commentary on the latest laws by Thomas M. Hamilton, Esq., this volume provides readers with handy summaries of important caselaw, summaries of decisions of the Commissioner of Education, and summaries of new legislation.
New York education laws are constantly in flux, and the new edition provides you with an efficient and innovative way to keep abreast of the latest changes.
New York Education Laws is a compilation of the entire text of Education Law Titles I-VIII extracted from the New York Consolidated Laws, along with many other related statutes that touch on the administration of education in New York. It includes important topics such as school district organization, taxation and financial administration, special schools and instruction, and state and city colleges and institutions. Now, school principals, administrators, educational organizations, attorneys and state officials will have access to all education laws they need in one portable, softbound volume.
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Table of Contents
Extensive coverage of statutes relating to education law, including Education Law Titles I-VII - in their entirety - from the New York Consolidated Laws and selected statutes from the following titles:
• Arts and Cultural Affairs Law
• Labor Law
• Mental Hygiene Law
• Penal Law
• Public Health Law
• Vehicle and Traffic Law
• Unconsolidated Education Laws
• New York State Constitution