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Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility

Seattle University School of Law

Seattle University Law Review

2008

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Deception In Undercover Investigations: Conduct-Based Vs. Status-Based Ethical Analysis, Barry R. Temkin Jan 2008

Deception In Undercover Investigations: Conduct-Based Vs. Status-Based Ethical Analysis, Barry R. Temkin

Seattle University Law Review

As part of the public school system, online schools “have a responsibility to provide equal access to [their] educational opportunities[,] and restricting access to these opportunities can be problematic, if not illegal.” Given the rapid growth of online education in Washington, legislators must examine whether online schools that receive public education funding are benefiting the entire public or are benefiting merely a select group of students. Part II of this Comment briefly discusses the history of online schools in Washington, including how they receive funding within Washington's unique statutory and regulatory framework. Part III then examines how online schools discriminate …