About the book
This clear, readable introductory text for undergraduate and graduate education law courses or modules offers a practical guide to everyday problems such as student expression, discipline, religion, curriculum, social media, privacy, charter schools, discrimination, special education, and more. Features include distinctions among school, district, state, and federal law; the “Facts and Find” research method; the “Cascade” approach to the American legal system; lobbying advice; and the new federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), the replacement to No Child Left Behind. Written by a former counsel to the New York City Board of Education and a graduate of Columbia University Law School, American Public Education Law is more than an academic text, presenting the real world of education law to benefit professionals, parents, and the general public.
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