Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

Law Commons

Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

Articles 1 - 5 of 5

Full-Text Articles in Law

To Lynch A Child: Bullying And Gender Nonconformity In Our Nation's Schools, Michael J. Higdon Jul 2011

To Lynch A Child: Bullying And Gender Nonconformity In Our Nation's Schools, Michael J. Higdon

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Bullycide In American Schools: Forging A Comprehensive Legislative Solution, Jason A. Wallace Apr 2011

Bullycide In American Schools: Forging A Comprehensive Legislative Solution, Jason A. Wallace

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Counting The Costs Of A Global Anglophonic Hegemony: Examining The Impact Of U.S. Language Education Policy On Linguistic Minorities Worldwide, Stephen M. Harper Jan 2011

Counting The Costs Of A Global Anglophonic Hegemony: Examining The Impact Of U.S. Language Education Policy On Linguistic Minorities Worldwide, Stephen M. Harper

Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies

As the need for efficient communication between global participants in academia, business, and politics has grown in recent decades, English has quickly become the dominant universal language in these arenas. Language policy scholars have noted, however, that the rapid spread of English could present a substantial threat to the linguistic diversity of the world, as some scholars have estimated that as many as fifty percent of the world's languages will be extinct by the end of the twenty-first century. This Note argues that the United States' current stance in the area of language education will contribute to this global ...


Teachers' Religious Garb As An Instrument For Globalization In Education, Caitlin S. Kerr Jan 2011

Teachers' Religious Garb As An Instrument For Globalization In Education, Caitlin S. Kerr

Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies

Nebraska and Pennsylvania currently have laws in place that prohibit public school teachers from wearing religious garb. This Note applies the appropriate constitutional framework-a balancing test-in order to determine the propriety of a religious garb statute. Courts have upheld the statutes in light of perceived government endorsement of teachers' religion and feared impact on impressionable young children. However, both of these concerns are exaggerated and misplaced. Rather, a court must consider the demands a newly globalized world places on effective education for tomorrow's global citizens.


Should Black Immigrants Be Favored Over Black Hispanics And Black Multiracials In The Admissions Processes Of Selective Higher Education Programs?, Kevin D. Brown Jan 2011

Should Black Immigrants Be Favored Over Black Hispanics And Black Multiracials In The Admissions Processes Of Selective Higher Education Programs?, Kevin D. Brown

Articles by Maurer Faculty

Since the origin of affirmative action, selective higher education institutions' have generally lumped all blacks into a unified Black/ African/African American category. However, this practice of treating all blacks alike has now changed. The Department of Education ("DOE") issued the Final Guidance on Maintaining, Collecting, and Reporting Racial and Ethnic Data to the United States Department of Education ("Guidance") in October 2007, which had a final implementation date for the reporting school year of 2010-2011. The Guidance marked the first time that the federal government dictated the procedures that educational institutions, including selective higher education programs, must follow when ...