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Last Updated: Aug 15, 2016
- Education Law by James A. Rapp
Available on Lexis
Nationally-oriented multi-volume looseleaf. Covers both federal and state laws affecting public and private educational institutions at all levels.
- Practical Education Law for the Twenty-First Century
Sixth Floor KF4119 .D63 2010
This single-volume treatise concisely summarizes the law, suggests trends and issues of concern, and provides practical advice for education lawyers, administrators, school board members, and teachers.
- Education Law: an Essential Guide for Attorneys, Teachers, Administrators, Parents, and Students by Ralph M. Gerstein and Lois A. Gerstein (2nd ed., 2007)
Sixth Floor KF4119 .G47 2007
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