A Teacher's Guide to Education Law

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TABLE OF CASES
Cases cited in the notes are listed by page number followed by note number. Numbers in italics indicate the page where the complete note is given.
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Abasiekong v. City of Shelby, 191(n.118), 208
Abood v. Detroit Board of Education, 33(n.68), 46, 241(n.29), 254
Abrahamson v. Hershman, 155(n.60, 65), 167
Abrams v. Johnson, 191(n.115), 208
Acting Superintendent of Schools of Liverpool Central School District v. United Liverpool Faculty Ass'n, 246(n.60, 62), 255
Adams v. Florida Power Corp., 204(n.208), 211
Adams v. State, 213(n.5), 229
Adams v. State Professional Practices Council, 218(n.55), 230
Adler v. Board of Education of New York, 55 (n. 28), 59(n.47), 73,170(n.1), 206
Adler v. Duval County School Board, 24(n.32), 46
Adtlet v. Richmond School District, 214(n.13), 229
Agostini v. Felton, 156(n.71), 167
Alabama & Coushatta Tribes v. Big Sandy Independent School District, 78(n.11), 99
Alamo Heights Independent School District v. State Board of Education, 153(n.50), 155(n.64), 166, 167
Albermarle Paper Co. v. Moody, 194(n.132, 134), 209
Albers v. Community Consolidated #204 School, 270(n.61, 63), 293
Albertson v. Subversive Activities Control Board, 185(n.79), 208
Alex v. Allen, 80(n.31), 99, 93(n.115), 101
Alexander v. Choate, 127(n.73), 137
Alexander v. Holmes County Board of Education, 113(n.29), 136
Alexander v. Phillips, 19(n.7), 45
Alexander v. Sandoval, 127(n.76), 137, 162 (n. 91, 93), 167
Alexopulos v. San Francisco Unified School District, 160(n.83), 167
Alfonso v. Fernandez, 31(n.62), 46
Allen v. Board of Education, 172(n.13), 206
Alma W. v. Oakland Unified School District, 279 (n.114), 295
Altman v. Bedford Central School District, 30 (n. 57), 46
Ambach v. Norwick, 171(n.5), 206,212(n.1), 229
Ambrose v. Buhl Joint School District, 281 (n. 120), 295
American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey v. Black Horse Pike Region 1 Board of Education, 24(n.31), 46
American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees v. Woodward, 237 (n. 12), 253

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  • Title Page *
  • About the Authors *
  • Contents in Brief ix
  • Contents xi
  • Preface xv
  • Chapter 1 - Understanding Education Law 1
  • Chapter 2 - Curriculum 15
  • Notes 45
  • Chapter 3 - Student Free Speech Rights 48
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  • Chapter 4 - Student Discipline 75
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  • Chapter 5 - Equal Educational Opportunity: Race and Gender 103
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  • Chapter 6 - Students with Special Needs 139
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  • Chapter 7 - Federal Constitutional and Statutory Rights of Teachers 169
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  • Chapter 8 - Teacher Employment 211
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  • Chapter 9 - Collective Bargaining, Unions, and Teacher Contracts 232
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  • Chapter 10 - Torts 255
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  • The Constitution of the United States of America 295
  • Table of Cases 299
  • Index 321
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