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Law of Education 2nd ed isbn 9780853088035

Law of Education

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ISBN13: 9780421603103
ISBN: 0421603100
New Edition ISBN: 0853088039
Published: December 1998
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: uk
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



Law of Education provides an authoritative and highly practical guide to all areas of education law in England and Wales. Reflecting the profound changes of the last decade in this rapidly developing area, it covers recent legislation to 1998, the changes to the structure of the education system, and the substantial body of case law dealing with educational issues as parents increasingly exercise new rights in court. * One volume coverage of the wide range of issues involved in education law * Coverage including the Education Law Act 1996 and all legislation up to July 1998 * Includes emerging areas such as funding of schools, special needs and higher/further education.

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Contents:
Introduction. Statutory framework and general principles. Supplementary functions of the Secretary of State. Supplementary functions of local education authorities. Special educational needs. Schools maintained by local educational authorities. Grant-maintained schools. Inspection of schools, local education authorities and related institutions. Independent schools. The training and qualification of teachers. Issues arising in the law of tort where a minor is provided with education. Further education. Higher education. Judicial reviews of education providers and funders. Discrimination law. European law. Employment by education providers. Property issues. Liabilities of governors of education institutions.