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ISBN-10: 1-56534-163-5ISBN-13: 978-1-56534-163-0
Hardcover, 352 pages
Available as a standing order
Charles J. Russo, Editor
The Yearbook of Education Law, published annually, is a hardcover volume that contains analyses of the previous year’s federal and state court decisions affecting private and public elementary and secondary schools and higher education. It covers all aspects of education law and includes a detailed index and tables of cases (alphabetical and by jurisdiction). The 2015 edition contains thirteen chapters, featuring twenty chapter authors.
Chapters/Chapter Authors1. Employees Ralph D. Mawdsley & James L. Mawdsley2. School Governance Michelle McKeown & Patrick Pauken3. Students Joe Dryden & Justin M. Bathon4. Bargaining Jeffrey S. Greenley5. Students with Disabilities Susan C. Bon & Allan G. Osborne, Jr.6. Torts Allison S. Fetter-Herrott7. Sports and Education Elizabeth A. Shaver8. Higher Education Kevin P. Brady & Luke J. Stedrak9. Students in Higher Education Joy Blanchard & Elizabeth T. Lugg10. Federal and State Legislation David L. Dagley & Amy L. Dagley11. Education Law in England Neville Harris12. Education System in Spain Javier García Oliva13. Education Law in China Ran Zhang