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ERIC Number: EJ159056
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Publication Date: 1976
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Proceduralism and Bureaucracy: Due Process in the School Setting
Kirp, David L.
Stanford Law Review, 28, 5, 841-76, May 76
The likely consequences of applying traditional due process standards, expecially formal adversary hearings, to the public school are examined. The ruling in Goss v. Lopez suggests that fair treatment can still be expected if the hearings are treated as opportunities for candid and informal exchange rather than prepunishment ceremonies. (LBH)
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Identifiers - Laws, Policies, & Programs: Goss v Lopez