LAWS 7703 Education Law and Public Policy (Fall/Spring: 3 )
This course addresses the political and legal aspects of the role of education in our democratic society. Provides an introductory survey of public policy issues and laws governing preschool, elementary, secondary, and higher education. Included are such topics as religious freedom, free speech, and due process; the liability of educational institutions and educators; the legal distinctions between private and public institutions; student and parent privacy rights; disability rights; and the promotion of educational equity among all groups regardless of gender, sexual orientation, language, race, religion, ethnicity, or socioeconomic background.
Instructor(s): Diana Pullin, Michael Joyce, Norah Wylie and Phil Catanzano
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Comments: Registration by LSOE students is by dept. permission only. LSOE students please contact the department by email email@example.com. Law students register through the normal Law School registration process.
Last Updated: 08-Aug-14