A Teacher's Guide to Education Law

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INDEX

A
Ability grouping, 19, 117, 164, 165
Academic freedom, 17, 18, 23, 176–180, 208, 243
Acceptance, of contract, 251
Actual malice, in defamation, 263
ADA, see Americans with Disabilities Act
Adjudication of guilt, student, 89–93
Affirmative action, 118–123, 189–191
Age,
classification of students by, 19, 104, 144, 163–164
discrimination in employment, 187, 204–205
Age Discrimination in Employment Act, 204–205
Agency shop (fee), 235, 241–243
AIDS, 30, 31, 142–143, 201–202, 267, see also Sex education
Americans with Disabilities Act, 141–145, 165, 184, 200–201
Appearance, regulation,
of student, 50, 78–79, 80
of teacher, 181–182
Appellant, 9
Appellee, 9
Arbitration,
grievance, 245–246
interest, 236
Asbestos, 283
Assault, 95, 130, 182, 258–259, 271, 272, 211, 279, 290
Assignment,
of students, 115
of teachers, 214, 243
to extra duties, 214
Association, freedom of, 68–71, 171, 185, 238, 241
Assumption of risk, 276–211
Athletics, gender discrimination in, 123, 125–126
Attractive nuisance doctrine, 281

B
Bargaining, see Collective bargaining
Battery, 95, 130, 258
Bible,
distribution of, 25
readings, 21–24
study of, 25, 29–30
Bilingual education, 160–163, see also Limited English proficiency for students with disabilities, 165
Bilingual Education Act, 147
Bill of Rights, 32, 48, 49, 53, 106, 297
Black English, 163
Blue Book, 14
Board of education, see School board
Bona fide occupational qualification, 189
Breach of contract, 250

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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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