ERIC Number: ED457538
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1998-Nov
Reference Count: N/A
Legal Rights in Education: Pendulum Swings. Papers [of the] Education Law Association (ELA) Annual Conference (44th, Charleston, South Carolina, November 19-21, 1998).
Education Law Association, Dayton, OH.
This document is a collection of 32 1998 Education Law Association conference papers. The collection includes the following papers: "The More We Change: Meeting the Requirements of Unitary Status" (Angela M. Sewall and Ann E. Witcher); "Everything You Need To Know about Discipline of Students with Disabilities" (David T. Duff, Allan Osborne, Jr., and Perry A. Zirkel); "Law and Practice: The Testing and Assessment of Students with Disabilities" (Diana Pullin); "Mediation in Education: Annual Update" (Steven S. Goldberg and Ed Mills); "Trying To Read the Courts on Religion in the Schools: Mapping Our Way into the New Millennium" (Frances R. A. Paterson); "E-Mail and Open Meeting Laws" (Thomas Carroll and C. Robert Heath); "The Law Governing Sexual Harassment in Public Schools" (Nelda Cambron-McCabe, Martha McCarthy, Julie Underwoood, and L. Dean Webb); "Student Suicide: Legal Ramifications for Educators and Schools" (Steven D. Rittenmeyer and Don W. Schussler); "The Impact of the 1997 IDEA Amendments on the IEP Process" (Mary Jane K. Rapport and Wanda J. Routier); "Fourth Amendment Update: Search and Seizure Cases in Public Schools" (Jacqueline A. Stefkovich); "The Pendulum Swings to Accountability: A Review of the Role of Due Process and Performance Standards" (John A. Brown, W. Bradley Colwell, Richard Kent Murray, Paul W. Thurston, and Michael T. McCoy); "Preventive Law: An Essential Ingredient for Teacher Education Programs" (Donna Thomas, Lawrence T. Kajs, Chris Cox, Marianne Reese, and Carole Funk); "Sexual Harassment Revisited" (Alexa R. Ross, Nan Stein, and Ann Clarke Snell); "Discipline and Behavior under the IDEA Reauthorization" (Christine J. Villani, Cynthia Dieterich, and William Shula); "Labor Relations in Religiously-Affiliated Educational Institutions" (David L. Gregory, Ralph D. Mawdsley, and Charles J. Russo); "School Finance Mechanisms" (Frank Brown); "Violence and Threats of Violence in Public Schools: Reasonable Force, Restraint and Discipline Strategies" (Joseph Beckham, Patrick Gray, Wolfgang W. Halbig, and Charles Wolfgang); "Dress Codes: A Study of Perceptions, Policies, and Precepts" (Todd A. DeMitchell, Richard Fossey, and Jim Walsh); "Student-to-Student Sexual Harassment: A Taxonomy of Court Decisions--Which Tack Will the Supreme Court Take in a Sea of Analyses?" (Kathleen A. Sullivan); "Learning the Law: The Growing Field of In-House School Counsel" (Gregory M. Logan and Henry I. Willett, Jr.); "The Rights of Higher Education Students with Disabilities" (Stephen B. Thomas); "Student Discipline Post-IDEA Reauthorization: Will the Pendulum Swing Back toward Segregated Settings?" (Cheri C. Magill, Kathleen S. Mehfoud, John S. Oehler, and Richard S. Vacca); "Academic Freedom in Classroom Instruction: The Myths and the Realities" (John L. Strope, Jr., Donald F. Uerling, and Bernadette Marczely); "What Can (and Should) a School District Do To Create Safe Schools?" (Mary H. B. Gelfman); "Peer-to-Peer and Same Sex Sexual Harassment" (Margaret A. Chidester, Geraldine Jaffe, and Karen L. Michaelis); "Internet and E-Mail Policies in Schools" (Jon E. Anderson); "Legal Pitfalls of IEP Meetings" (Susan G. Clark and Julie C. Martin); "Navigating Education Law Dissertation Waters to Safe Harbor and Professional Involvement" (Amy M. Abernethy, Lois F. Berlin, Joan L. Curcio, and Louis M. Millhouse); "Who Owns Intellectual Property Used in the Electronic Classroom?" (Kenneth E. Lane, Michael D. Richardson, and Dennis W. Van Berkum); "Is Affirmative Action in University Admissions Unconstitutional? 'Bakke and Hopwood' Reconsidered" (Philip T. K. Daniel); "We Are What We Wear: Revisiting Student Dress Codes" (Christopher B. Gilbert); and "Equal Opportunity in Interscholastic Athletics: Identifying and Eliminating Gender Barriers" (Raymond L. Gregory, Robert R. Hunt, and John W. Murry, Jr.). (Each paper contains references.) (RT)
Descriptors: Academic Freedom, Accountability, Affirmative Action, Court Litigation, Disability Discrimination, Discipline Problems, Dress Codes, Due Process, Educational Finance, Electronic Mail, Elementary Secondary Education, Federal Courts, Federal Legislation, Intellectual Property, Internet, Labor Relations, Legal Responsibility, Postsecondary Education, Religious Factors, School Law, School Safety, Sexual Harassment, State Courts, State Legislation, Suicide, Violence
Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Education Law Association, Dayton, OH.