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EDLE 6510: Seminar in Advanced Education Law: Required Readings

Useful library information for EDLE 6510, Seminar in Advanced Education Law, R. Jefferson George, PhD.

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Required Readings for EDLE 6510

Remedying Police Brutality in America's Public Schools Through Private Structural Reform Under 42 U.S.C. § 1983
By: Billings, Colette. Texas Journal on Civil Liberties & Civil Rights. Fall2017, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p55-78. 24p. 

Defiant Superintendent: ‘How Can I Follow a Law I Believe Endangers My Students?’

In Skirt Case, Appeals Court Says Title IX Bars Dress Codes That Discriminate Based on Sex

Supreme Court gives transgender student a win in bathroom case

In a Win for Student Speech, Supreme Court Rules in Favor of the ‘Snapchat Cheerleader’

Educators Look for Guideposts in Supreme Court Ruling on Student Free Speech

Biden ed department: Federal law protects LGBTQ students against discrimination at school

exas Becomes Third State To Pass Free-Range Kids Law

Details on State Corporal Punishment in Public School Laws

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