Journal of Law and Education

Journal providing news and research regarding education administration and legal issues.

Articles from Vol. 30, No. 4, October

Foul! the Exploitation of the Student-Athlete: Student-Athletes Deserve Compensation for Their Play in the College Athletic Arena
Chalk Talk-- I. Introduction In 1998 the National Collegiate Athletic Association ("NCAA") signed a contract with CBS, giving the network exclusive television rights to the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championships for which the NCAA and its members...
Johnny Saw My Test Score, So I'm Suing My Teacher: Falvo V. Owasso Independent School District, Peer Grading, and a Student's Right to Privacy under the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act
I. Introduction For many years it has been common practice for school teachers to have students grade one another's work-a practice often referred to as peer grading-- and either call out the grade or write it on the top of a test or assignment which...
Law Review Digests-Primary and Secondary Education
Articles, Notes, and Commentary Articles Kevin Brown, The Constitutionality of Racial Classifications in Public School Admissions, 29 HOFSTRA L. REv. 1 (2000). The author argues the lower federal courts decisions addressing equal protection challenges...
Law Review Digests-Universities and Other Institutions of Higher Learning
ARTICLES James J. Fishman, Tenure and its Discontents: The Worst Form of Employment Relationship Save All the Others, 21 PACE L. REV. 159 (2000). In higher education, the current trend favors non-tenured faculty positions. This article defends tenured...
Recent Decisions-Primary and Secondary Education
This review reports all of the Supreme Court activity in education law reported by the BNA Supreme Court Review published during the months of May 1, 2001-July 2001. School district appealed court order requiring issuance of diploma to student awaiting...
Recent Decisions-Supreme Court Review
Summary Action DOCKET NO.: 00-1194 NAME: Campbell v. St. Tammany's School Board DATE: June 18, 2001 Local Christian group had requested use of school facilities for prayer meetings. School District's building use policy prohibited non-student uses involving...
Recent Decisions-Universities and Other Institutions of Higher Learning
Plaintiffs sued state university and various university officials asserting violation of civil rights. A state university adopted an affirmative action program and used race as a factor in admission decisions. Held: For the plaintiffs. The college's...
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