For the first time ever, a legal manual that deals specifically with programming.
With liability, accountability and legal issues all growing for our field, this manual
is a must for admin-istrators.
Includes information on teacher contracts, teacher evaluations, freedom of expression,
copyrights — all issues specific to programming.
In addition, you’ll learn from the authors how to develop a risk management and
prevention planning procedure so you can start now to avoid problems later on.
The authors are both educational experts who specialize in law and legal issues.
More than 200 pages, the manual contains topics on:
They know our field.
They know the law.
- Proper Instruction
- Proper Supervision
- Tips for Avoiding Liability
- Field Trips
- Teacher Proselytizing
- Copyright Laws
- Management Issues
and much more...
This publication provides information and does not constitute legal advice.
Robert J. Shoop, Ph.D., is a member of the education faculty at Kansas State
Dennis R. Dunklee, Ph.D., is on the faculty at George Mason University.