U S Supreme Court Transcripts of Record Pierce V Society of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary

Author: U S Supreme Court
Publisher: Gale, U.S. Supreme Court Records
ISBN: 127002227X
Release Date: 2011-10-26

The Making of Modern Law: U.S. Supreme Court Records and Briefs, 1832-1978 contains the world's most comprehensive collection of records and briefs brought before the nation's highest court by leading legal practitioners - many who later became judges and associates of the court. It includes transcripts, applications for review, motions, petitions, supplements and other official papers of the most-studied and talked-about cases, including many that resulted in landmark decisions. This collection serves the needs of students and researchers in American legal history, politics, society and government, as well as practicing attorneys. This book contains the official US Supreme Court Transcript of Record for this case. This book does not contain the Court's opinion or any filings in this case. The below data was compiled from various identification fields in the bibliographic record of this title. This data is provided as an additional tool in helping ensure edition identification: Pierce v. Society of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and MaryTranscript of Record / U.S. Supreme Court / 1924 / 583 / 268 U.S. 510 / 45 S.Ct. 571 / 69 L.Ed. 1070 / 8-14-1924Pierce v. Society of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and MaryTranscript of Record / U.S. Supreme Court / 1924 / 583 / 268 U.S. 510 / 45 S.Ct. 571 / 69 L.Ed. 1070 / 8-14-1924

Encyclopedia of Education Law

Author: Charles J. Russo
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 9781412940795
Release Date: 2008-06-27
Genre: Education

Alphabetically arranged entries cover key cases, governance, technology, organizations, and individuals associated with education law.

Catholic School Leadership

Author: Anthony J. Dosen
Publisher: IAP
ISBN: 9781681232737
Release Date: 2016-01-01
Genre: Education

The administration of Pre K – 12 Catholic schools becomes more challenging each year. Catholic school leaders not only have the daunting task of leading a successful learning organization, but also to serve as the school community’s spiritual leader and the vigilant steward who keeps the budget balanced, the building clean, and maintaining a healthy enrollment in the school. Each of these tasks can be a full time job, yet the Catholic school principal takes on these tasks day after day, year after year, so that teachers may teach as Jesus did. The goal of this book is to provide both beginning and seasoned Catholic school leaders with some insights that might help them to meet these challenges with a sense of confidence. The words in this text provide research?based approaches for dealing with issues of practice, especially those tasks that are not ordinarily taught in educational leadership programs. This text helps to make sense of the pastoral side of Catholic education, in terms of structures, mission, identity, curriculum, and relationships with the principal’s varied constituencies. It also provides some insights into enrollment management issues, finances and development, and the day in day out care of the organization and its home, the school building. As a Catholic school leader, each must remember that the Catholic school is not just another educational option. The Catholic school has a rich history and an important mission. Historically, education of the young goes back to the monastic and cathedral schools of the Middle Ages. In the United States, Catholic schools developed as a response to anti?Catholic bias that was rampant during the nineteenth century. Catholic schools developed to move their immigrant and first generation American youth from the Catholic ghetto to successful careers and lives in the American mainstream. However, most importantly, Catholic schools have brought Christ to generations of youngsters. It remains the continuing call of the Catholic school to be a center of Evangelization—a place where Gospel values live in the lives of faculty, students and parents. This text attempts to integrate the unique challenges of the instructional leader of the institution with the historical and theological underpinnings of contemporary Catholic education.

New York Court of Appeals Records and Briefs

Author: New York (State). Court of Appeals.
Release Date: 1927
Genre: Law

Volume contains: 245 NY 433 (Matter of Patterson v. Seneca Nation) 245 NY 587 (Matter of White) 245 NY 294 (Pascual v. Greenleaf Park Land Co.) 245 NY 195 (People ex rel Lewis v. Graves) 245 NY 577 (People v. Gibbs)

Public Vs Private

Author: Robert N. Gross
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780190644574
Release Date: 2018
Genre: Education

Americans today choose from a dizzying array of schools, loosely lumped into categories of "public" and "private." How did these distinctions emerge in the first place, and what do they tell us about the more general relationship in the United States between public authority and private enterprise? In Public vs. Private, Robert N. Gross describes how, more than a century ago, public policies fostered the rise of modern school choice. In the late nineteenth century, American Catholics began constructing rival, urban parochial school systems, an enormous and dramatic undertaking that challenged public school systems' near-monopoly of education. In a nation deeply committed to public education, mass attendance in Catholic schools produced immense conflict. States quickly sought ways to regulate this burgeoning private sector and the competition it produced, even attempting to abolish private education altogether in the 1920s. Ultimately, however, Gross shows how the public policies that resulted produced a stable educational marketplace, where choice flourished. The creation of the educational marketplace that we have inherited today--with systematic alternatives to public schools--was as much a product of public power as of private initiative. Gross also demonstrates that schools have been key sites in the development of the American legal conceptions of "public" and "private." Landmark Supreme Court cases about the state's role in regulating private schools, such as the 1819 Dartmouth v. Woodward decision, helped define and redefine the scope of government power over private enterprise. Judges and public officials gradually blurred the meaning of "public" and "private," contributing to the broader shift in how American governments have used private entities to accomplish public aims. As ever more policies today seek to unleash market forces in education, Americans would do well to learn from the historical relationship between government, markets, and schools.

American Public School Law

Author: Kern Alexander
ISBN: MINN:31951D02056479W
Release Date: 1998
Genre: Educational law and legislation

This popular and well-known textbook provides a comprehensive view of the law that governs the state schools systems of the United States. It presents and discusses legal cases concerned with the multitude of issues facing the public school system, including such issues as teaching diverse student populations, teacher rights, and the role of the Federal government. Over 1300 citations and school law case excerpts are included.

The Decline of the Melting Pot

Author: Kevin Michael Schultz
ISBN: UCAL:C3500431
Release Date: 2005
Genre: Antisemitism

This study attempts to illuminate the vitality of religious identities in America during the nineteen-forties, ninteen-fifties, and early nineteen-sixties. It also explores the discourse that surrounded the integration of these groups. During the two decades following the war, Protestants, Catolics, and Jews developed a language of social acceptance that was different from all its predecessors.

Constitutional interpretation

Author: Craig R. Ducat
Publisher: West Publishing Company
ISBN: STANFORD:36105062250506
Release Date: 1996
Genre: Law

One of the best-known, most comprehensive and widely read Constitutional Law textbooks published, CONSTITUTIONAL INTERPRETATION is consistently updated to reflect current issues and cases relevant to students. Offering a good balance between textual explanation and edited Court cases written in clear, concise language, the text remains the standard text for students and instructors alike.

Reutter s The Law of Public Education

Author: Charles J. Russo
Publisher: Foundation Press
ISBN: 1599410583
Release Date: 2006-01-01
Genre: Law

"This textbook-casebook incorporates recent developments in education law into its conceptual framework by offering updated analysis of major topics in education law. With new material in all of its 16 chapters, the book includes significant updates on church-state relations, employee rights, and student rights. There are now two chapters on student rights; Chapter 13 examines student rights involving due process, discipline, and sexual harassment; Chapter 14 focuses on free speech, including student Internet use case excerpts from two differing Circuit court cases. The author also includes Supreme Court opinions on strip searches of students, teacher bargaining and free speech rights."--Publisher's website.

Constitutional Change

Author: Clement E. Vose
Publisher: Periodicals Service Company
ISBN: PSU:000009952768
Release Date: 1972
Genre: Law

Constitutional Law

Author: Erwin Chemerinsky
Publisher: Aspen Law & Business
ISBN: STANFORD:36105134444616
Release Date: 2009
Genre: Law

Packaged with online access to the Aspen Voices of Law video documentaries. Learn more at www.aspenvoicesoflaw.com. Companion Website: www.aspenlawschool.com/books/chemerinsky Erwin Chemerinsky's distinctive and brilliant approach has found a wide audience of admirers who enjoy teaching from a combination of carefully selected and edited case excerpts and stunningly lucid and elucidating exposition. Updated throughout, the revised Third Edition features comprehensive coverage in a manageably teachable length flexible organization that offers modular, free-standing chapters to adapt to a variety of teaching objectives highly effective pedagogical approach that combines case excerpts with clear and expansive exposition context and background information in the text that connects constitutional principles and seminal cases to history and contemporary issues brilliant yet approachable writing a detailed Teacher's Manual* Nationally recognized as a foremost pedagogue and expert in the field, Erwin Chemerinsky does not disappoint with his Constitutional Law casebook. Take a look at the streamlined and updated Third Edition. If you aren't teaching with it already, this may be the year to switch. *A Teacher's Manual may be available for this book. Teacher's Manuals are a professional courtesy offered to professors only. for more information or to request a copy, please contact Aspen Publishers at 800-950-5259 or [email protected]