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Reglin, Gary L. – Journal of Educational Administration, 1992
Determines whether high school educators were aware of selected legal decisions rendered by the U.S. Supreme Court that affect daily public school operations. Educators studied lacked knowledge in school finance, corporal punishment, and teacher rights. Staff development and prerequisite courses in school law should be a high priority. (12…
Descriptors: Administrators, Corporal Punishment, Educational Finance, High Schools
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Daniel, Philip T. K. – Journal of Educational Administration, 1997
In the United States, national legislation was created to protect disabled students' education rights. Courts have provided tests for integrating such students into school systems. Some are concerned this advocacy has gone too far and that court decisions authorizing "full inclusion" misinterpret the law's intent. This article examines…
Descriptors: Advocacy, Court Litigation, Disabilities, Educational History
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Birch, I. K. F. – Journal of Educational Administration, 1981
Judgments by Australian courts that link two cases dealing with the role of teachers and labor law are analyzed in terms of the political motives of the claimants, the implications of the decisions, and the judicial interpretations. (Author/MLF)
Descriptors: College Faculty, Court Litigation, Court Role, Elementary Secondary Education