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The State Response To Hazelwood V. Kuhlmeier, Tyler J. Buller 2017 University of Maine School of Law

The State Response To Hazelwood V. Kuhlmeier, Tyler J. Buller

Maine Law Review

It’s hard to predict what an average member of the public thinks when he or she hears the words “student newspaper.” Opinions vary. This Article goes beyond that public perception and demonstrates that student journalists across the country are doing work that matters. Student reporters uncover corruption, help hold government officials accountable to taxpayers and the public, and bring to light important issues that would otherwise go unreported. They allow students to develop academically, professionally, and socially. And they give a voice to developing citizens who are often disenfranchised from voting, holding elected office, or otherwise participating in politics ...


The Rowley Enigma: How Much Weight Is Due To Idea State Administrative Proceedings In Federal Court?, Daniel W. Morton-Bentley 2017 Pepperdine University

The Rowley Enigma: How Much Weight Is Due To Idea State Administrative Proceedings In Federal Court?, Daniel W. Morton-Bentley

Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary

In this article, I argue that the phrase "due weight" incorporates a deferential review standard equivalent to the clear error or substantial evidence standard, a conclusion reached by a minority of the circuit courts of appeal. I further argue that, consistent with Rowley, federal courts must afford due weight to administrative officers' substantive or educational conclusions, but no weight to their procedural or non-educational conclusions. Part II offers a general outline of the IDEA, giving special attention to its judicial review provisions. In Part III, I provide a general discussion of judicial review of administrative adjudication. Part IV is devoted ...


The Third Dimension Of Fape Under The Idea: Iep Implementation, Perry A. Zirkel, Edward T. Bauer 2017 Pepperdine University

The Third Dimension Of Fape Under The Idea: Iep Implementation, Perry A. Zirkel, Edward T. Bauer

Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary

This article provides a synthesis of the three approaches to IEP implementation cases. More specifically, Part I summarizes the materiality/benefit approach, which-like the two-step approach for procedural violations but on a more intertwined basis-requires both a substantial non-implementation and an insufficient benefit. Part II summarizes the materiality-alone approach, which requires only a substantial failure. Part III summarizes the per se approach, which results in a denial of FAPE for any failure to implement beyond one that is clearly de minimis. Finally, Part IV provides conclusions and recommendations for IHOs in light of the incomplete precedential pattern to date. The ...


Sidelining Big Business In Intercollegiate Athletics: How The Ncaa Can De-Escalate The Arms Race By Implementing A Budgetary Allocation For Athletic Departments, Lora Weurdeman 2017 North Carolina Central University School of Law

Sidelining Big Business In Intercollegiate Athletics: How The Ncaa Can De-Escalate The Arms Race By Implementing A Budgetary Allocation For Athletic Departments, Lora Weurdeman

North Carolina Central Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Supreme Court And Education Law, Charles J. Russo 2017 University of Dayton

The Supreme Court And Education Law, Charles J. Russo

Educational Leadership Faculty Publications

Compiling a “top 10” list of anything— including Supreme Court cases and justices’ quotes—can be fraught with differences of opinion. Yet discussions about those differences can be useful learning activities, because they can lead to conversations about the underlying legal issues in schools. With that caveat in mind, this column offers key quotes from major Supreme Court cases that played major, even transformational, roles in shaping the landscape of U.S. K–12 education. The quotes are accompanied by brief summaries of why the cases are significant. With the exception of Brown v. Board of Education, Topeka, Kansas (1954 ...


Burning Out: The Effect Of Burnout On Special Education, Jordan Radford McDowell 2017 Brigham Young University Law School

Burning Out: The Effect Of Burnout On Special Education, Jordan Radford Mcdowell

Brigham Young University Education and Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Safe At Home: Establishing A Fundamental Right To Homeschooling, Billy Gage Raley 2017 Brigham Young University Law School

Safe At Home: Establishing A Fundamental Right To Homeschooling, Billy Gage Raley

Brigham Young University Education and Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Dangerous Classroom "App"-Titude: Protecting Student Privacy From Third-Party Educational Service Providers, Alexis M. Peddy 2017 Brigham Young University Law School

Dangerous Classroom "App"-Titude: Protecting Student Privacy From Third-Party Educational Service Providers, Alexis M. Peddy

Brigham Young University Education and Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Civil Rights Remedies In Higher Education: Jurisprudential Limitations And Lost Moments In Time, Lia Epperson 2017 American University Washington College of Law

Civil Rights Remedies In Higher Education: Jurisprudential Limitations And Lost Moments In Time, Lia Epperson

Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice

No abstract provided.


Handcuffing A Third Grader? Interactions Between School Resource Officers And Students With Disabilities, Elizabeth A. Shaver, Janet R. Decker 2017 University of Akron School of Law

Handcuffing A Third Grader? Interactions Between School Resource Officers And Students With Disabilities, Elizabeth A. Shaver, Janet R. Decker

Utah Law Review

The expansion of police involvement at schools has had serious implications for students with disabilities. By enacting IDEA, Congress recognized that these students deserve special protections and entitlements. In the most recent amendments to this federal law, Congress included important guidelines regarding functional behavioral assessments (FBAs) and behavior intervention plans (BIPs) to outline how school personnel must respond to undesired behavior of students with disabilities. Recognizing the special behavioral needs of students with disabilities is one way to reduce the current reality where students with disabilities are suspended, expelled, restrained, and secluded at much higher rates than their peers.

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Addressing Conflicts Of Interest In The Context Of Campus Sexual Violence, Talcott J. Franklin, Dennis C. Taylor, Ann Beytagh 2017 Brigham Young University Law School

Addressing Conflicts Of Interest In The Context Of Campus Sexual Violence, Talcott J. Franklin, Dennis C. Taylor, Ann Beytagh

Brigham Young University Education and Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Beacon Or Bludgeon? Use Of Regulatory Guidance By The Office For Civil Rights, Stephen S. Worthington 2017 Brigham Young University Law School

Beacon Or Bludgeon? Use Of Regulatory Guidance By The Office For Civil Rights, Stephen S. Worthington

Brigham Young University Education and Law Journal

No abstract provided.


A Tale Of Two Court Cases: Analyzing Public Responses To School Finance Decisions In Connecticut, Briana Casey 2017 Trinity College, Hartford Connecticut

A Tale Of Two Court Cases: Analyzing Public Responses To School Finance Decisions In Connecticut, Briana Casey

Senior Theses and Projects

Connecticut has long struggled with the structure of school finance at the K-12 level. Over the past 45 years, the states' battles with reform have become even more apparent following two court cases, Horton v. Meskill (1977) and CCJEF v. Rell (2016). My study compares public responses to both case rulings and analyzes what these differentiations signify for state education reformers. The responses I analyzed are from individuals, such as parents, school board members, reform advocates, education lawyers, teachers, school administrators, and students. The findings show that differences in public responses illustrate an increase in the complexity of the cases ...


Let's Talk About Sex: Why The Topic Of Sexual Violence Prevention Should Be Prioritized In K-12 Sex Education, Abbie Starker 2017 University of Pennsylvania

Let's Talk About Sex: Why The Topic Of Sexual Violence Prevention Should Be Prioritized In K-12 Sex Education, Abbie Starker

CUREJ - College Undergraduate Research Electronic Journal

While campus sexual assault has recently garnered a lot of attention in the United States, there has been less recognition of individuals who experience sexual and gender-based violence outside of the university/college system. Many people who experience sexual violence have never attended a post-secondary institution, or they experienced sexual violence before they were college-aged. Because of this reality, it is important that there are resources and education about sexual violence for people at a younger age. Through an analysis of public policy, interviews with experts in the field, and a survey that I administered, this thesis examines both formal ...


Cyberbullying, K-12 Public Schools, And The 1st Amendment, Jennifer A. Mezzina 2017 Seton Hall University

Cyberbullying, K-12 Public Schools, And The 1st Amendment, Jennifer A. Mezzina

Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)

The first amendment protected students’ first amendment rights in K-12 public schools; however, state antibullying legislation required school officials to discipline students for bullying and, in most states, cyberbullying as well. An increasing number of students had access to mobile devices at home and during the school day. School officials had the responsibility to protect students from instances of bullying and cyberbullying; however, school officials did not fully understand the extent of their authority to discipline students for acts of bullying that occurred online, off school grounds. Despite the existence of state antibullying laws in all fifty states, contradictory appellate ...


Funding Public Education: A Need For Legislative Reform, Felix L. D'Arienzo 2017 St. John's University School of Law

Funding Public Education: A Need For Legislative Reform, Felix L. D'Arienzo

The Catholic Lawyer

No abstract provided.


Law And Governance Affecting The Resolution Of Academic And Disciplinary Disputes At Scottish Universities: An American Perspective, Fernand N. Dutile 2017 Notre Dame Law School

Law And Governance Affecting The Resolution Of Academic And Disciplinary Disputes At Scottish Universities: An American Perspective, Fernand N. Dutile

Fernand "Tex" N. Dutile

No abstract provided.


Law, Governance, And Academic And Disciplinary Decisions In Australian Universities: An American Perspective, Fernand N. Dutile 2017 Notre Dame Law School

Law, Governance, And Academic And Disciplinary Decisions In Australian Universities: An American Perspective, Fernand N. Dutile

Fernand "Tex" N. Dutile

No abstract provided.


“Traversing The Legal Minefields That Surround Academic Chairpersons”, Nathan M. Roberts 2017 University of Louisiana at Lafayette

“Traversing The Legal Minefields That Surround Academic Chairpersons”, Nathan M. Roberts

Academic Chairpersons Conference Proceedings

The presenter will describe common higher education law issues encountered by Chairpersons and provide a framework for analyzing them to protect the department and the Chairperson. Perspective on the process will be offered by a former chairperson, now dean, who is also an attorney and teaches courses in education law.


Reutter’S The Law Of Public Education, Charles J. Russo 2017 University of Dayton

Reutter’S The Law Of Public Education, Charles J. Russo

Charles J. Russo

This textbook-casebook incorporates recent developments in education law into its conceptual framework by offering updated analysis of major topics in education law. With new material in all of its sixteen chapters, the book includes significant updates on church-state relations, employee rights, and student rights.


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