A concise, user-friendly reference book that covers the critical and latest aspects of school law.
A Teacher’s Pocket Guide to School Law is a practical, informative reference for in-service and pre-service teachers in need of a faculty law resource written specifically with educators in mind. With an entertaining style that doesn’t assume background knowledge in legal issues, this crisp, succinct text covers both the traditional and latest legal issues faced in nowadays’s classrooms. Examining religion in the study room, student record confidentiality, zero tolerance policies, gang activity, and students with disabilities, the Teacher’s Pocket Guide not only covers relevant school legal topics, but also provides readers with practical guides that help teachers in resolving conceivable legal problems and avoiding lawsuits.
In the newly revised second edition of the text, writer Nathan L. Essex has significantly expanded the guide to include the most contemporary school law topics, keeping the book up-to-date and practical for 21st Century educators far and wide.