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(A print version of this e-book is available in the Books and Monographs section)
PDF, 352 pages - Published December 2017
Charles J. Russo, EditorElizabeth A. Shaver, Associate 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 2017 edition contains 13 chapters, featuring 21 chapter authors.
Chapters/Chapter Authors1. Governance Patrick Pauken 2. Employees Lynn Daggett, Ralph D. Mawdsley & James L. Mawdsley3. Students Joe Dryden4. Bargaining Jeffrey S. Greenley5. Students with Disabilities Susan C. Bon, Allan G. Osborne, Jr. 6. Torts Elizabeth A. Shaver & Robert F. Hachiya7. Sports Mark A. Paige8. Higher Education Kevin P. Brady, Spencer Sims Bowling9. Students in Higher Education Joy Blanchard, Elizabeth T. Lugg10. Federal and State Legislation David L. Dagley, Amy L. Dagley11. Education in Hungary Balazs Sz. Gerencser12. Education in South Africa Marius Smit13. Education in Vietnam Dat Tran, Tai Phan