Adapted from its parent volume Education Law, 5th Edition, this accessible text concisely introduces topics in law that are most relevant to teachers. Providing public school teachers with the legal knowledge necessary to do their jobs, A Teacheras Guide to Education Law covers issues of student rights, discipline, negligence, discrimination, special education, teacher rights, hiring and firing, contracts, unions, collective bargaining, and tenure. Special Features: This revised edition includes new content on bullying, privacy, discrimination, school finance, and issues relating to Internet and technology, as well as updated references and case law throughout. To aid comprehension, technical terms are carefully explained and summaries of key topics and principles are provided. Case law is presented within the context of real-world examples, making this text accessible to pre-service teachers who have little background in law. A companion website provides additional resources for students and instructors, such as links to full cases and a glossary of key concepts.The privilege would not apply if the articles were written with aactual malice, specifically, that the teacher published the statements ... 44 In some states, common law includes post-employment letters of reference in the third category of qualifiedanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Teacher's Guide to Education Law|
|Author||:||Michael Imber, Tyll van Geel, J.C. Blokhuis, Jonathan Feldman|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-10-23|