Chapter 2: Student Issues
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The average day in a public school would seem to be free from legal concerns. Buses arrive, attendance is taken, teachers teach, students study, administrators take care of paperwork, lunch is served, then dismissal when after-school teams and clubs meet. There is the general throb of instructional and social life. But beneath the surface, complex legal arrangements both dictate and react to the daily hum.
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