Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Education
Jurisdiction: 
General
Publication date: 
2019-09-23
ISBN: 
9780779891504
Carswell

Education Law, 5th Edition

Availability: In Stock

The Education Law, Fifth Edition is a practical treatise that deals with all the key issues that may arise in the field of education law, including Charter rights, French language instruction, civil liability, nature of school boards, private and independent schools, special education, the role of teachers, and student rights and responsibilities. Throughout the book, education law is contextualized within many overlapping areas of law, such as family law, child protection, and criminal and youth law. Valued for both its currency and ease-of-use, the fifth edition is sure to pique the interest of lawyers, school boards, teachers, school administrators, parents, and faculties of education.

The current edition includes

  • New discussion on freedom of religion in schools
  • New discussion on student sexual orientation, discrimination, and human rights
  • Revised and expanded role of teachers inside and outside the classroom, professional boundaries, and the Ontario College of Teachers
  • Extensive updates to case law on civil liability of boards
  • New discussion on searches of students in schools
  • New discussion on safe schools and risk prevention
Carswell

Education Law, 5th Edition

Availability: In Stock

Description

The Education Law, Fifth Edition is a practical treatise that deals with all the key issues that may arise in the field of education law, including Charter rights, French language instruction, civil liability, nature of school boards, private and independent schools, special education, the role of teachers, and student rights and responsibilities. Throughout the book, education law is contextualized within many overlapping areas of law, such as family law, child protection, and criminal and youth law. Valued for both its currency and ease-of-use, the fifth edition is sure to pique the interest of lawyers, school boards, teachers, school administrators, parents, and faculties of education.

The current edition includes

  • New discussion on freedom of religion in schools
  • New discussion on student sexual orientation, discrimination, and human rights
  • Revised and expanded role of teachers inside and outside the classroom, professional boundaries, and the Ontario College of Teachers
  • Extensive updates to case law on civil liability of boards
  • New discussion on searches of students in schools
  • New discussion on safe schools and risk prevention