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Title The Oxford handbook of U.S. education law / edited by Kristine L. Bowman
Imprint New York : Oxford University Press, [2021]
book jacket
 人文社會聯圖  KF4119 .O94 2021    AVAILABLE    30660020257106
Descript xxix, 730 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references and index
The role of lawyers in education reform / Chiara Parisi and Christopher Edley, Jr. -- Education in context : schools and their connections to societal inequalities / Kevin Welner and Sarah LaCour -- Schooling for democracy : past, present, and future / Michael A. Rebell -- The constitutionally anomalous right to education / Joshua E. Weishart -- Developing the free mind / Emily Buss -- The shifting landscape of education governance / Jeffrey W. Snyder and Sarah Reckhow -- Education federalism : why it matters and how the United States should restructure it / Kimberly Jenkins Robinson -- Fiscal compliance rules for federal funding of elementary and secondary education : transparency, reason-giving, and agency accountability / Nora Gordon and Eloise Pasachoff -- How states fund education / Ajay Srikanth, Michael Atzbi, Bruce D. Baker, and Mark Weber -- State constitutional analysis in school finance litigation / William E. Thro -- Standards-based reform and accountability law and policy : history, implementation, and outcomes / Benjamin Michael Superfine, Craig De Voto, and Andria Shyjka -- Contested meanings of equality : the unrealized promise of the antidiscrimination principle and the uncertain future of a right to education / Rachel F. Moran -- The past, present, and future of race-conscious policies for addressing racial segregation in K-12 schools / Chloe Latham Sikes and Liliana M. Garces -- The muddled distinction between de jure and de facto segregation / Elise C. Boddie -- School district boundaries : consequences and challenges / Erica Frankenberg, Genevieve Siegel-Hawley, and Sarah Diem -- The school-to-prison pipeline : how federal anti-discrimination law fails to protect equal educational opportunity / Erik J. Girvan -- Closing achievement gaps through socioeconomic integration / Derek W. Black -- Educating English learners / Madeline Mavrogordato and Rachel S. White -- Challenges facing immigrant students / Matthew Patrick Shaw -- Sex discrimination and the transformation of U.S. education / Erin E. Buzuvis -- Transgender students / Suzanne E. Eckes and Maria M. Lewis -- Students with disabilities : a half-century of progress / Laura Rothstein -- Students with disabilities and school choice / Robert Garda, Jr., Wendy Hensel, and Paul O'Neill -- Least restrictive environment and the education of children with disabilities / Mark C. Weber -- Students' individual rights : safety and privacy / Martin Gardner -- Surveillance and security practices in schools / Jason P. Nance -- Student privacy and the law in the Internet age / Leah Plunkett, Urs Gasser, and Sandra Cortesi -- Eighty years of students' free speech in public schools / Kristine L. Bowman -- School jurisdiction over online speech / Emily Gold Waldman -- Religion in the schools / John E. Taylor -- School vouchers and student rights : trading constitutional protections for contractual obligations / Julie F. Mead -- Education in virtual environments / Aaron Saiger -- Universal pre-kindergarten : supporting high quality and broad access at a time of federal disengagement and "school choice" / Natalie Gomez-Velez -- Parental choice and the future of faith-based schools / Nicole Stelle Garnett -- Teacher labor market reforms : a look ahead to the next decade / Joshua M. Cowen and Katharine O. Strunk -- Racial and ethnic equity in American public schools : looking ahead / Kristine L. Bowman, Preston Green III, Shajuti Hossain, Michael A. Olivas, and Siri Warkentien -- Equality, Liberty, and Education / Daniel Kiel
"Abstract:The Oxford Handbook of U.S. Education Law contains thirty-seven chapters written by an interdisciplinary group of leading education law and policy scholars that both present a comprehensive description of the law that regulates public K-12 education in the United States and suggest legal and policy changes for the future. Chapters cover an exceptionally wide range of topics, from virtual schooling to civil rights, student privacy and safety to education federalism, and school choice to special education. Several foundational chapters present a synthesis of a general area of law for those who seek an introductory text, while dozens of other chapters build on those foundations, diving into various topics in a nuanced way that will be valuable for those who seek to deepen or re-frame their knowledge of specific issues. Throughout the volume, and especially in the last section, the authors also look to the future and thus help to shape the direction of the field. Keywords: education law; civil rights; student privacy; school choice; education federalism; special education"-- Provided by publisher
Subject Educational law and legislation -- United States
Alt Author Bowman, Kristi L., 1976- editor
Alt Title U.S. education law
US education law
United States education law
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