LaMorte, M. (2012) School Law: Cases and concepts (10th ed.) Allyn & Bacon, Inc
Discussion Question(s): Look up and read your state constitution. What does it say about providing a free public education? What do you think it means? Has there been a state challenge in your state as to how schools are funded? If so, what have the court’s ruled? If not, do you think a challenge would be successful – why/why not?
Highly recommended references:
The Committee for Educational Rights v. Edgar, 672 N.E. 2d 1178 (1996). Retrieved from: http://law.justia.com/cases/illinois/supreme-court/1996/78198.html.
Car v. Koch. (2012). IL 113414. Retrieved from:
Dunklee, Dennis (2002). The Principal’s Quick Reference Guide to School Law.
Thousand Oaks: Corwin Press
Essex, Nathan L. (2007). School law and the public schools. New York: Longman
Mahon, Patrick (2005). “School Law for Busy Administrators 1st ed.” CD. Education Law
Law-Related References on the World Wide Web
American Association of School Administrators http://www.aasa.org
Find Law: http://public.findlaw.com/education/
First Amendment Center: http://www.firstamendmentcenter.org/
Law News Network.Com http://www.lawnewsnetwork.com
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