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The new edition of this respected title provides a comprehensive account of the law relating to school education in Scotland.
In clear language and with a practical focus, expert author Janys Scott QC guides the reader through the legislative structure underpinning the provision of education in Scotland. This subject is increasingly complex and nuanced and the text provides a completely up-to-date treatise on the developing rights of children and young people in schools and the benefits to which they are entitled.
Then, in direct relation to this, the responsibilities of parents, teachers, schools education authorities and Scottish Ministers in relation to the provision of education.
There have been thirteen Acts of the Scottish Parliament dealing directly with education, nine since the previous edition and numerous others with a bearing upon the subject. This creates an intricate patchwork of provision, of which this text offers the reader clear and practical support in understanding. Most recent changes have been made through the Education (Scotland) Act 2016, covered completely within this work – the first and only major work to do so.
The text has been expanded as well as updated, and now contains a full new chapter on teachers which includes qualifications, the General Teaching Council for Scotland and Teaching (Scotland) Act 1965, responsibility for appointment, terms and conditions of employment and the effect of the Protection of Vulnerable Groups Act 2007.
Education Law in Scotland provides: