Texas School Law Bulletin
This compilation of laws governing school laws for the state of Texas is fully up to date through the 2017 Legislature.
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This comprehensive, expanded indexed edition of Texas School Law Bulletin is a must have for educators, students, law enforcement officials as well as parents and the business community. This handy reference provides coverage of the Texas School Laws and is fully updated through the 2017 legislature. The 85th Texas Legislature passed more than one hundred bills that will impact the five million students in the State of Texas in the years ahead. Stay abreast of the changing laws as the education system continues to evolve as the changing demographics dictate changes in the classrooms and districts in Texas.
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Table of contents
SUMMARY OF CONTENTS
Education CodeRevised Civil Statutes
Alcoholic Beverage Code
Civil Practice and Remedies Code
Code of Criminal Procedure
Health and Safety Code
Human Resources Code
Local Government Code
Natural Resources Code
Constitution of the State of Texas 1876