In higher education, decisions are made against a complex and often conflicting backdrop of applicable law, ethical questions, and practical considerations. Goonen and Blechman assist academic administrators by providing an overview of the legal parameters, ethical questions, and practical suggestions applicable to the most frequently encountered areas of academic decision making.
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