ERIC Number: ED030213
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968
Reference Count: 0
The Pupil's Day in Court: Review of 1967. An Annual Compilation. School Law Series.
National Education Association, Washington, DC.
This report contains digests of 1967 court decisions dealing with legal and constitutional issues concerning students in public schools, parochial schools, and public institutions of higher education. All levels of the State and Federal judiciary systems are represented by the decisions. The 88 case digests are arranged under the following topic headings: (1) Admission and attendance, (2) school desegregation, (3) pupil injury, (4) religion/sectarian education, (5) transportation, and (6) miscellaneous. Forty-two school desegregation decisions coupled with 20 decisions on pupil injury cases account for over 70% of the 88 reported cases. A title index to the cases is also provided. Court litigation affecting teachers in 1967 and State school legislation in 1968 are the topics of related documents EA 002 375 and EA 002 377. (JH)
Descriptors: Admission Criteria, Court Litigation, De Facto Segregation, Higher Education, Injuries, Parochial Schools, Public Schools, Racial Balance, School Attendance Legislation, School Desegregation, State Church Separation, Student School Relationship, Student Transportation, Students
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Authoring Institution: National Education Association, Washington, DC.