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978-0-88804-665-9
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134 pages
hardcover
2013-09-26
Canada Law Book

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An Educator's Guide to the Law and the Ontario College of Teachers
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This new book in the Educator's Guide series provides new and experienced teachers, principals, school administrators and other educators with an essential guide on the basic workings of the legal system and in particular, the functions and structure of the Ontario College of Teachers. The book provides expert guidance on issues such as the regulation of the teaching profession, disciplinary role of the College, a discussion of the history of regulation of the profession including the Lessage and Robbins reports and their effect on the evolution of education law. A must-have resource for all educators in Ontario.
About the Author

Marvin A. Zuker was appointed a Justice of the Ontario Court of Justice in 1978.  He retired in December 2016.  He is a graduate of the University of Toronto, Osgoode Hall Law School and the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education.  He holds the rank of Associate Professor at OISE/UT where he has taught Education Law since 1982.

 

Mr. Zuker is the author and co-author of several books, including Canadian Women and the Law and The Law is Not for Women, co-authored with June Callwood; Ontario Small Claims Court Practice (published since 1981 to the present); Education Law, co-authored with Anthony Brown (4th edition 2007); Consulting Editor, Sexual Misconduct in Education: Prevention, Reporting and Discipline with Grant Bowers and Rena Knox (2d. ed. 2006); and Children’s Law Handbook, Zuker and Kerwin(3rd ed. 2015).  He lectures frequently on a number of education law issues and serves on the Editorial Board of the “Education and Law Journal,” the “Australia and New Zealand Journal of Law and Education,” and “Risk Management in Canadian Education.” He is the co-author of An Educator’s Guide to the Law and the Ontario College of Teachers, published by Canada Law Book in 2013.

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