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“Dress Coded” A Distraction And Disruption: Sex-And-Race-Based Discrimination And Speech Restriction In Public School Dress Codes, Elizabeth "Bitsy" Skerry Oct 2020

“Dress Coded” A Distraction And Disruption: Sex-And-Race-Based Discrimination And Speech Restriction In Public School Dress Codes, Elizabeth "Bitsy" Skerry

Upper Level Writing Requirement Research Papers

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Big Tech Makes Big Data Out Of Your Child: The Ferpa Loophole Edtech Exploits To Monetize Student Data, Amy Rhoades Jan 2020

Big Tech Makes Big Data Out Of Your Child: The Ferpa Loophole Edtech Exploits To Monetize Student Data, Amy Rhoades

American University Business Law Review

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Tinkering With Circuit Conflicts Beyond The Schoolhouse Gate, Stephen Wermiel Jan 2020

Tinkering With Circuit Conflicts Beyond The Schoolhouse Gate, Stephen Wermiel

Articles in Law Reviews & Other Academic Journals

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Mitigating The "Lgbt Disconnect": Title Ix's Protection Of Transgender Students, Birth Certificate Correction Statutes, And The Transformative Potential Of Connecting The Two, Kyle Velte Jan 2019

Mitigating The "Lgbt Disconnect": Title Ix's Protection Of Transgender Students, Birth Certificate Correction Statutes, And The Transformative Potential Of Connecting The Two, Kyle Velte

American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law

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A Watershed Moment In The Education Of American Indians: A Judicial Strategy To Mandate The State Of New Mexico To Meet The Unique Cultural And Linguistic Needs Of American Indians In New Mexico Public Schools, Preston Sanchez, Rebecca Blum-Martinez Jan 2019

A Watershed Moment In The Education Of American Indians: A Judicial Strategy To Mandate The State Of New Mexico To Meet The Unique Cultural And Linguistic Needs Of American Indians In New Mexico Public Schools, Preston Sanchez, Rebecca Blum-Martinez

American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law

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There Isn't Any Dumpster, Jill C. Engle Jan 2019

There Isn't Any Dumpster, Jill C. Engle

American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law

No abstract provided.


Forgotten Children: Rethinking The Individuals With Disabilities Education Act Behavior Provisions, Margaret A. Dalton Jan 2019

Forgotten Children: Rethinking The Individuals With Disabilities Education Act Behavior Provisions, Margaret A. Dalton

American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law

No abstract provided.


Class In The Classroom: Poverty, Policies, And Practices Impeding Education, Chris Chambers Goodman Jan 2019

Class In The Classroom: Poverty, Policies, And Practices Impeding Education, Chris Chambers Goodman

American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law

No abstract provided.


Forgotten Children: Rethinking The Individuals With Disabilities Education Act Behavior Provisions, Margaret A. Dalton Jan 2019

Forgotten Children: Rethinking The Individuals With Disabilities Education Act Behavior Provisions, Margaret A. Dalton

American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law

No abstract provided.


Class In The Classroom: Poverty, Policies, And Practices Impeding Education, Chris Chambers Goodman Jan 2019

Class In The Classroom: Poverty, Policies, And Practices Impeding Education, Chris Chambers Goodman

American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law

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A Watershed Moment In The Education Of American Indians: A Judicial Strategy To Mandate The State Of New Mexico To Meet The Unique Cultural And Linguistic Needs Of American Indians In New Mexico Public Schools, Preston Sanchez, Rebecca Blum-Martinez Jan 2019

A Watershed Moment In The Education Of American Indians: A Judicial Strategy To Mandate The State Of New Mexico To Meet The Unique Cultural And Linguistic Needs Of American Indians In New Mexico Public Schools, Preston Sanchez, Rebecca Blum-Martinez

American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law

No abstract provided.


The Clinical Law Review At 25 - What Have We Wrought, Robert Dinerstein Jan 2019

The Clinical Law Review At 25 - What Have We Wrought, Robert Dinerstein

Articles in Law Reviews & Other Academic Journals

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Speech Across Borders, Jennifer Daskal Jan 2019

Speech Across Borders, Jennifer Daskal

Articles in Law Reviews & Other Academic Journals

As both governments and tech companies seek to regulate speech online, these efforts raise critical, and contested, questions about how far those regulations can and should extend. Is it enough to take down or delink material in a geographically segmented way? Or can and should tech companies be ordered to takedown or delink unsavory content across their entire platforms—no matter who is posting the material or where the unwanted content is viewed? How do we deal with conflicting speech norms across borders? And how do we protect against the most censor-prone nation effectively setting global speech rules? These questions ...


The Fallacy Of Choice: The Destructive Effect Of School Vouchers On Children With Disabilities, Ian P. Farrell, Chelsea Marx Jan 2018

The Fallacy Of Choice: The Destructive Effect Of School Vouchers On Children With Disabilities, Ian P. Farrell, Chelsea Marx

American University Law Review

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Negotiated Rulemaking: A Method For Addressing Ambiguity Of Title Ix's Applicability To Transgender And Gender Non-Conforming Students, Greta Allardyce Jan 2018

Negotiated Rulemaking: A Method For Addressing Ambiguity Of Title Ix's Applicability To Transgender And Gender Non-Conforming Students, Greta Allardyce

The Modern American

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Risky Sexual Behavior -- The "Broken Windows" Of Sexual Assault: A Proposal For Universities To Incorporate Targeted Intervention To Bridge The Gap Between Sexual Assault Prevention And Response, Dominic Angiollo Jan 2018

Risky Sexual Behavior -- The "Broken Windows" Of Sexual Assault: A Proposal For Universities To Incorporate Targeted Intervention To Bridge The Gap Between Sexual Assault Prevention And Response, Dominic Angiollo

American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law

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The Confluence Of Language And Learning Disorders And The School-To-Prison Pipeline Among Minority Students Of Color: A Critical Race Theory, Shameka N. Johnson, Bahiyyah Muhammad Jan 2018

The Confluence Of Language And Learning Disorders And The School-To-Prison Pipeline Among Minority Students Of Color: A Critical Race Theory, Shameka N. Johnson, Bahiyyah Muhammad

American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law

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Lessons Learned From Analyzing Parent Organizing Movements, Niraj Salhotra Jan 2018

Lessons Learned From Analyzing Parent Organizing Movements, Niraj Salhotra

The Modern American

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Exploring The Meaning Of Experiential Deaning, Robert Dinerstein, Margaret Martin Barry Jan 2018

Exploring The Meaning Of Experiential Deaning, Robert Dinerstein, Margaret Martin Barry

Articles in Law Reviews & Other Academic Journals

This article explores the position of associate dean of experiential education in law schools across the country and the central role associate deans play in the changing landscape of legal education. Experiential deans have broad responsibility for overseeing law schools’ experiential education programs. Additional responsibilities differ between institutions, but range from leading efforts to comply with new ABA standards to overseeing the integration of experiential education into the broader curriculum. Analyzing survey data collected from associate experiential deans across the country, the authors find the structure, content, and authority of the position is under-developed. The authors make recommendations on how ...


A Higher Power Produces Greater Problems: How Religious Honor Codes And Religious Schools Exacerbate Campus Sexual Assault, Samuel T. Jay Jan 2017

A Higher Power Produces Greater Problems: How Religious Honor Codes And Religious Schools Exacerbate Campus Sexual Assault, Samuel T. Jay

American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law

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Title Ix At 45: Equal Treatment Of Students In High School Athletic Programs, Suzanne E. Eckes Dr. Jan 2017

Title Ix At 45: Equal Treatment Of Students In High School Athletic Programs, Suzanne E. Eckes Dr.

American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law

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It's Time To Stop Punting On College Athletes' Rights: Implications Of Columbia University On The Collective Bargaining Rights Of College Athletes, Lucas Novaes Jan 2017

It's Time To Stop Punting On College Athletes' Rights: Implications Of Columbia University On The Collective Bargaining Rights Of College Athletes, Lucas Novaes

American University Law Review

The National Labor Relations Board ruled in Columbia University that student assistants who have a common law employment relationship with their university are statutory employees under the National Labor Relations Act, which granted them full bargaining rights and union protection. However, just one year earlier, the Board decided to not address the question of whether college athletes receiving grant-in-aid scholarships should similarly be accorded the protections of the Act as statutory employees. Importantly, the Board noted that it was well-suited to make that determination in the future.

College athletes have been left in legal limbo as the teams, universities, and ...


If You've Seen One, You Have Not Seen Them All, David Spratt Jan 2017

If You've Seen One, You Have Not Seen Them All, David Spratt

Articles in Law Reviews & Other Academic Journals

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Civil Rights Remedies In Higher Education: Jurisprudential Limitations And Lost Moments In Time, Lia Epperson Jan 2017

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

Articles in Law Reviews & Other Academic Journals

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School Vouchers And Tax Benefits In Federal And State Judicial Constitutional Analysis, Joseph O. Oluwole, Preston C. Green Iii Jan 2016

School Vouchers And Tax Benefits In Federal And State Judicial Constitutional Analysis, Joseph O. Oluwole, Preston C. Green Iii

American University Law Review

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They['Ve] Got Eyes In The Sky: How The Family Educational Rights And Privacy Act Governs Body Camera Use In Public Schools, Sarah Pierce West Jan 2016

They['Ve] Got Eyes In The Sky: How The Family Educational Rights And Privacy Act Governs Body Camera Use In Public Schools, Sarah Pierce West

American University Law Review

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Campus Insecurity: Due Process, Proof, And Procedure In Campus Sexual Assault Investigations, Travis Nemmer Jan 2016

Campus Insecurity: Due Process, Proof, And Procedure In Campus Sexual Assault Investigations, Travis Nemmer

Criminal Law Practitioner

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Fashioning Children: Gender Restrictive Dress Codes As An Entry Point For The Tans School To Prison Pipeline, Deanna J. Glickman Jan 2016

Fashioning Children: Gender Restrictive Dress Codes As An Entry Point For The Tans School To Prison Pipeline, Deanna J. Glickman

American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law

No abstract provided.


The Road To Prison Is Paved With Bad Evaluations: The Case For Functional Behavioral Assessments And Behavior Intervention Plans, Stephanie M. Poucher Jan 2015

The Road To Prison Is Paved With Bad Evaluations: The Case For Functional Behavioral Assessments And Behavior Intervention Plans, Stephanie M. Poucher

American University Law Review

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Yes, Virginia, There Are Stupid Questions, David Spratt Jan 2015

Yes, Virginia, There Are Stupid Questions, David Spratt

Articles in Law Reviews & Other Academic Journals

No abstract provided.