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The adoption of the Canadian Constitution Act in 1982, with its embedded Charter of Rights and Freedoms, ushered in an era of unprecedented judicial influence on Canada's public policy. The Courts, the Charter, and the Schools examines how the Constitution Act has affected educational policy during the first twenty-five years of the Charter by analyzing landmark rulings handed down from appellate courts and the Supreme Court. The contributors consider the influence that Charter cases have had on educational policies and practices by discussing cases involving fundamental freedoms, legal rights, equality rights, and minority language rights. Demonstrating why and how the Charter was invoked, interpreted, and applied in each of these cases, this volume also highlights the resulting consequences for Canada's public schools. An illuminating collection of essays by prominent legal scholars and educational commentators, The Courts, the Charter, and the Schools is a significant contribution to the study of educational law and policy in Canada.
|Publication date:||13th February 2010|
|Author:||Michael E. Manley-Casimir|
|Publisher:||University of Toronto Press|
|Categories:||Inclusive education / mainstreaming,|
Michael Manley-Casimir is a professor in the Faculty of Education and Director of the Tecumseh Centre for Aboriginal Research and Education at Brock University. Kirsten Manley-Casimir is a PhD candidate at the University of British Columbia and co-director of the Intensive Program in Aboriginal Lands, Resources, and Governments at Osgoode Hall Law School.More About Michael E. Manley-Casimir