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""This is the first comprehensive book on education law in Ireland. It traces the development of the Irish education system and examines the background to the drafting of Articles 42 and 44 of the Constitution. The duty of the State to make provision for education and the extent of the State's right or obligation to intervene in matters of education are examined in the light of such landmark cases as Crowley v Ireland  IR 102 and O'Donoghue v Ireland  2 IR.Legal issues impinge on almost every aspect of education and this book explores issues such as tortious liability for injuries to teachers and students, the employment of teachers, school discipline to the State's responsibility for educating children with special needs. Membership of the European Union has also resulted in many changes arising from the principles of free movement, non-discrimination and the common vocational training policy. Legislation including the Education Act 1998 is considered in detail.""