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A nationally oriented work in the vital area of Education Law by LexisNexis and Matthew Bender. Education Law is an indispensable reference for attorneys who represent persons having a grievance against educational institutions, and attorneys representing such institutions, as well as school board members and administrators.
- Authoritative analysis of federal and state statutes and cases affecting public and private educational institutions at all levels
- Includes such topics as: banning of books, school prayer, dealing with students afflicted with AIDS, tax-exempt status for parochial schools, funding accreditations, tort liability
- Guidance on collective bargaining strategies, drafting codes of student conduct and conducting student searches
- Selected forms, including contracts, model school policies, litigation forms, as well as checklists
- Tables of state legislation concerning important issues facing law and education in schools
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Education, Law and the Attorney
Chapter 2 Religion, State and Education
Chapter 3 Governing Agencies, Boards, Officers and Authorities
Chapter 4 General Procedures and Operations of Educational Institutions
Chapter 5 Funding, Support and Finances of Education
Chapter 6 Faculty and Staff Employment and Dismissal
Chapter 7 Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining in Education
Chapter 8 The Student-Educational Institution Relationship
Chapter 9 Student Safety, Control and Discipline
Chapter 10 Educational Opportunities and Equality
Chapter 11 Curriculum and Teaching Methods
Chapter 12 General Liabilities and Litigation
Chapter 13 Education Records Management and Retention
Chapter 14 Copyrights, Patents, and Trademarks in the Educational Community
Chapter F1 General Governance of Educational Institutions
Chapter F2 General Procedures and Operations
Chapter F3 Faculty and Staff Employment Relations
Chapter F4 The Student-Educational Institution Relationship
Chapter F5 Student Control and Discipline
Chapter F6 General Liabilities and Litigation
Chapter F7 Education Records
Chapter F8 Intellectual Property
Chapter F9 Funding, Support and Finances
Chapter R1 Tables of Education Statutes
Chapter R2 Forms Quoted in Reported Cases and Other References
Chapter R3 References to the Internet and World Wide Web