School Bullying by James C. Hanks
How Long is the Arm of Law?

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School Bullying gives the legal profession the 411 on a hot topic and alerts professionals to some of the pitfalls of noncompliance. The book should also be on the desktops of educators and parents...
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Antibullying is a cause embraced at every level of society, from the grass roots to the federal government. Yet despite well-published efforts to tackle it, bullying persists. The consequences for students and for the educational community are always painful, and sometime tragic. The law has responded to the problem of bullying at the state and local level, through the adoption of statutes and state or local policies. This guide reviews state statutes and case law concerning bullying, explores the constitutional issues that arise from the application of antibullying regulations, examines federal guidance on harassment, and offers suggestions for a systematic approach to bullying.
 

About James C. Hanks

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James C. Hanks is a member of the Local Government Law and Employment Law departments of Ahlers & Cooney, P.C., in Des Moines, Iowa.
 
Published January 7, 2014 by American Bar Association. 180 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Law & Philosophy.
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Reviewed by Kathy Barber Hersh on Sep 16 2012

School Bullying gives the legal profession the 411 on a hot topic and alerts professionals to some of the pitfalls of noncompliance. The book should also be on the desktops of educators and parents...

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