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Adapted from its mum or dad quantity Education legislation, 5th Edition, this available textual content concisely introduces themes in legislations which are such a lot correct to lecturers. supplying public institution academics with the criminal wisdom essential to do their jobs, A Teacher’s advisor to schooling Law covers problems with scholar rights, self-discipline, negligence, discrimination, exact schooling, instructor rights, hiring and firing, contracts, unions, collective bargaining, and tenure.
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The antiwar message of Lysistrata) is not clear. School boards undoubtedly have broad leeway to control all aspects of their curricula as long as they act on the basis of legitimate pedagological concerns. In particular, all courts seem to agree with Virgil that books judged obscene, vulgar, or sexually offensive may be removed from the classroom or library. ” In fact, even the main dissenting opinion in Pico, written by Justice Rehnquist, affirmed this dictum.
Most courts would probably agree that the Constitution does not require the removal from the school program of all activities that have any association with the celebration of religious holidays. However, schools and individual teachers are prohibited from sponsoring programs or activities that have a purpose or primary effect of promoting (or discouraging) religious belief. The study and performance of religious music raises particularly tricky issues. Much of the music regularly used in many public schools was originally written to promote religion and continues to play a part in religious observances.
Treen,24 the Fifth Circuit disallowed an opening exercise in which a student voluntarily selected and read a prayer. Likewise, in Collins v. Chandler Unified School District,25 the Ninth Circuit prohibited the practice of allowing a student to lead a school assembly in prayer even if attendance at the assembly was voluntary. The Court further ruled that prohibiting the practice did not violate the free exercise rights of students who wished to pray. 26 In 1989, the Eleventh Circuit banned the practice of coaches leading their players in prayer before an athletic event,27 and in 1992, in Lee v.