EDE466 Educational Legal Theories and Policies

From the perspective of the legal system, examines students’ rights and efforts to achieve equal educational opportunity in public K-12 school systems. Topics explored include students’ civil liberties, such as free speech and due process rights; legal efforts to achieve desegregated schools; equitable school funding; and legal rights of students in the special education process. Also examines the structure of the legal system and the role of legal precedent in the context of K-12 education.

Credits: 3
Offered: Spring
Prerequisites: None
Restrictions: None
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