Law and Ethics in Educational Leadership, 2/e presents a real-world, problem-based approach that shows leadership candidates how to apply the legal knowledge, ethical dispositions, and other skills necessary to become successful school leaders. In a user-friendly, coherent approach to the study of legal issues the author shows how changes in law and society impact decision-making, and how to apply ethical frameworks to their own future decision-making. Included are numerous opportunities to analyze, evaluate, and synthesize legal knowledge and ethical frameworks to begin thinking like school leaders. Illustrative case studies show readers the ambiguity presented by many problems they will face as school leaders and encourage them to analyze the circumstances surrounding the dilemma and respond appropriately.
Table of Contents
CHAPTER 2: Legal Bodies Governing Education
CHAPTER 3: Education, Religion, and Community Values
CHAPTER 4: Student Privacy and First Amendment Rights
CHAPTER 5: Due Process and Safe Schools
CHAPTER 6: Student Search
CHAPTER 7: Equal Protection
CHAPTER 8: Children with Disabilities
CHAPTER 9: Tort Liability
CHAPTER 10: Teacher Employment, Supervision, and Collective Bargaining
CHAPTER 11: Teacher Constitutional Law
CHAPTER 12: Computers and the Internet
CHAPTER 13: Law, Ethics, and Educational Leadership: Making the Connection
APPENDIX A: Amendments to the Constitution of the United States of America
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