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Sb 339 - Education, Daniel F. Barrett, Alexander Hegner Dec 2018

Sb 339 - Education, Daniel F. Barrett, Alexander Hegner

Georgia State University Law Review

The Act amends the statutes in the Georgia Code applicable to the University System and Board of Regents statutes in the Georgia Code. It adds new sections that place affirmative requirements on the Board of Regents to adopt and publish new policies, which aim to encourage the dissemination of free speech across university campuses. Further, the Act directs that universities must implement disciplinary sanctions for anyone subject to the jurisdiction of the University System who interferes with the free speech of invited speakers and others on campus. Finally, the Board of Regents must publish annual reports regarding any barriers to ...


The Ideas Of Establishing Fair Society In The Political Views Of Oriental Scholars And Contemporary Practices, F. Muhitdinova Sep 2018

The Ideas Of Establishing Fair Society In The Political Views Of Oriental Scholars And Contemporary Practices, F. Muhitdinova

Review of law sciences

the article considers the materials of the study of political and legal teachings of such Eastern thinkers as Abu Nasr Farabi, Abu Raykhan Biruni, Abu Ali Ibn Sina, particularly the inferences and offers essential in studying a history of political and legal theory of Uzbekistan, the issues of today concerning the public administration and the right. Also actuality and values of ideas of scientists of the East in improving the bases of constituting the constitutional state and formation of democratic society.


The Ideas Of Establishing Fair Society In The Political Views Of Oriental Scholars And Contemporary Practices, F. Muhitdinova Sep 2018

The Ideas Of Establishing Fair Society In The Political Views Of Oriental Scholars And Contemporary Practices, F. Muhitdinova

Review of law sciences

the article considers the materials of the study of political and legal teachings of such Eastern thinkers as Abu Nasr Farabi, Abu Raykhan Biruni, Abu Ali Ibn Sina, particularly the inferences and offers essential in studying a history of political and legal theory of Uzbekistan, the issues of today concerning the public administration and the right. Also actuality and values of ideas of scientists of the East in improving the bases of constituting the constitutional state and formation of democratic society.


Litigating Trauma As Disability In American Schools, Taylor N. Mullaney May 2018

Litigating Trauma As Disability In American Schools, Taylor N. Mullaney

Northwestern Journal of Law & Social Policy

No abstract provided.


No Child Left Behind Bars: Suspending Willful Defiance To Disassemble The School-To-Prison Pipeline, Danielle Dankner May 2018

No Child Left Behind Bars: Suspending Willful Defiance To Disassemble The School-To-Prison Pipeline, Danielle Dankner

Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review

With the criminalization of school discipline and the subsequent increased involvement between students and the juvenile justice system, a path from school to prison became entrenched. Public schools across the nation continued to increase their reliance on punitive disciplinary measures to punish a range of behaviors. Through these measures, schools began to perceive pushed out students as problematic, despite the lack of evidence supporting the efficacy of such policies. Due to school disciplinarians’ implicit bias when enforcing exclusionary policies, students of color and students with disabilities are most at risk. In the hopes of alleviating the devastating effects of the ...


Power And Powerlessness In The Shale Valley Schools: Fracking For Funding, Jacqueline Yahn Apr 2018

Power And Powerlessness In The Shale Valley Schools: Fracking For Funding, Jacqueline Yahn

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.


Creating The Urban Educational Desert Through School Closures And Dignity Taking, Matthew Patrick Shaw Mar 2018

Creating The Urban Educational Desert Through School Closures And Dignity Taking, Matthew Patrick Shaw

Chicago-Kent Law Review

Closures of urban open-enrollment neighborhood schools that primarily serve students of color are intensely controversial. Districts seeking to economize often justify closures by pointing to population shifts in historically densely populated urban areas. They argue that net reductions in a neighborhood’s school-aged population result in underutilized schools, which do a disservice to students at higher cost to districts. Students and their families and communities counter, pointing to histories of district neglect of their schools and recent school expansions in more affluent neighborhoods of similar population density as belying district claims of utility-based downsizing. In this article, I use a ...


School Desegregation 2.0: What Is Required To Finally Integrate America's Public Schools, Jim Hilbert Jan 2018

School Desegregation 2.0: What Is Required To Finally Integrate America's Public Schools, Jim Hilbert

Northwestern Journal of Human Rights

No abstract provided.


Privacy Of Information And Dna Testing Kits, Shanna Raye Mason Jan 2018

Privacy Of Information And Dna Testing Kits, Shanna Raye Mason

Catholic University Journal of Law and Technology

In modern times, consumers desire for more control over their own health and healthcare. With this growing interest of control, direct to consumer DNA testing kits have never been more popular. However, many consumers are unaware of the potential privacy concerns associated with such use. This comment examines the popularity and privacy risks that are likely unknown to the individual consumer. This comment also addresses the shortcomings of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), as well as the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008 (GINA) in regard to protecting individual’s genetic information from misuse. This ...


Higher Education Is A Human Right, Heidi R. Gilchrist Jan 2018

Higher Education Is A Human Right, Heidi R. Gilchrist

Washington University Global Studies Law Review

Higher education is a human right. In the United States, we have become complacent about the skyrocketing costs of higher education where yearly expenses at many highly selective universities well exceed the median income of United States workers. We need to change the dialogue about higher education so that it does not become a luxury only the wealthy can afford. This article examines the right to higher education under international law and argues that it is already an established right and not a luxury item. Additionally, not only is a higher education a human right, but it has an important ...


Get Off The Courts: Using Adr Principles To Resolve High School Sport Disputes, Dominic D. Saturday, Amanda M. Siegrist, William A. Czekanski Jan 2018

Get Off The Courts: Using Adr Principles To Resolve High School Sport Disputes, Dominic D. Saturday, Amanda M. Siegrist, William A. Czekanski

Marquette Sports Law Review

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Assessment Of Professional Values In Experiential Education In Law: Becoming Who We Are Through Practice, John Erbes, Rebecca J. O'Neill Jan 2018

Assessment Of Professional Values In Experiential Education In Law: Becoming Who We Are Through Practice, John Erbes, Rebecca J. O'Neill

NYLS Law Review

No abstract provided.


Justiciability Of State Law School Segregation Claims, Will Stancil, Jim Hilbert Jan 2018

Justiciability Of State Law School Segregation Claims, Will Stancil, Jim Hilbert

Mitchell Hamline Law Review

No abstract provided.


Charter Schools And School Desegregation Law, Will Stancil Jan 2018

Charter Schools And School Desegregation Law, Will Stancil

Mitchell Hamline Law Review

No abstract provided.


Bridging The Divide Between Assessment And Accreditation, Docia L. Rudley Jan 2018

Bridging The Divide Between Assessment And Accreditation, Docia L. Rudley

NYLS Law Review

No abstract provided.


Learning Outcomes And Performance In Medical School: Programmatic Assessment At Nyu School Of Medicine, Colleen Gillespie Phd, Sondra Zabar Md, Adina Kalet Md, Mph Jan 2018

Learning Outcomes And Performance In Medical School: Programmatic Assessment At Nyu School Of Medicine, Colleen Gillespie Phd, Sondra Zabar Md, Adina Kalet Md, Mph

NYLS Law Review

No abstract provided.


Reflections On Identifying And Mapping Learning Competencies And Outcomes: What Do We Want Law Students To Learn?, Margaret Martin Barry Jan 2018

Reflections On Identifying And Mapping Learning Competencies And Outcomes: What Do We Want Law Students To Learn?, Margaret Martin Barry

NYLS Law Review

No abstract provided.


Legal Education And The Civil Law System, Rodrigo Sadi Jan 2018

Legal Education And The Civil Law System, Rodrigo Sadi

NYLS Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Uneasy History Of Experiential Education In U.S. Law Schools, Peter A. Joy Jan 2018

The Uneasy History Of Experiential Education In U.S. Law Schools, Peter A. Joy

Dickinson Law Review

This article explores the history of legal education, particularly the rise of experiential learning and its importance. In the early years of legal education in the United States, law schools devalued the development of practical skills in students, and many legal educators viewed practical experience in prospective faculty as a “taint.” This article begins with a brief history of these early years and how legal education subsequently evolved with greater involvement of the American Bar Association (ABA). With involvement of the ABA came a call for greater uniformity in legal education and guidelines to help law schools establish criteria for ...


The Right To Education: An Analysis Through The Lens Of The Deontological Method Of Immanuel Kant, Kavana Ramaswamy Jan 2018

The Right To Education: An Analysis Through The Lens Of The Deontological Method Of Immanuel Kant, Kavana Ramaswamy

Northwestern Journal of Human Rights

The framework of categorical imperatives is one of the most famous deontological theories of rights that have been formulated. The framework has often been used to justify human rights policies all over the world. While they have been subject to several criticisms over the last two centuries, some of these include improvements to the original framework. This paper analyses the framework of the categorical imperatives and suggest certain modifications to improve internal coherence.

The paper then seeks to apply this framework to the right to education, a right that is under fire in the conservatively-charged political arena today. This is ...