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An analysis of the constitutional aspects of a century-long struggle for civil rights.
This volume combines both the broader and narrower aspects of school-related law to provide increased understanding of the legal realities and responsibilities of American teachers and administrators. The book depicts the flow of authority in American polity, from the national level in the Constitution's grant of power in the Tenth Amendment to the local level in the development of policy by local school boards. Selected statutes and cases provide a framework of national rulings on educational matters, but the emphasis is on the role of the state as the critical force in decision making for schools. This book is pragmatic, rather than theoretical, and is aimed at the practitioner. Citations provide ready reference for dealing with daily problems that may have legal ramifications.
(1) Daraus ist der Beitrag Der Vergleich im ZivilprozeB - Eine Alternative zum Urteil? in: Alternative Rechts- formen und Alternativen zum Recht, Jahrbuch fUr Rechts- soziologie und Rechtstheorie Bd. 6, Opladen 1980, S. 279 - 316, entstanden. (2) Vgl. dazu Dieter Leipold, Gerichte und Verfahren fUr geringfUgige Streitigkeiten, in: Peter Gilles (Hrsg.) Humane Justiz, Kronberg/Ts. 1977, S. 91 - 112; John C. Ruhnka, Steven Weller, Small Claims Courts, Williams- burg/Va. (National Center for State Courts) 1978; Barbara Yngvesson, Patricia Hennessey, Small Claims, Complex Disputes: A Review of the Small Claims Litera- ture, in: Law and Society Review 9, 1975, S. 219 - 274. (3) Frank E. A. Sander, Report on the National Conference on Minor Dispute Resolution, American Bar Association 1978. (4) Earl Johnson, Jr., Valerie Kantor, Elizabeth Schwartz Outside the Courts, Denver/Co. (National Center for State Cburts) 1977; Sabine ROhl, Klaus F. ROhl, Alter- nativen zur Justiz? in: Deutsche Richterzeitung 1979, S. 33 - 38; vgl. ferner Sander a.a.O. (Anm. 3), das in Anm. 1 genannte Jahrbuch sowie die Zusammenstellung der umfangreichen amerikanischen Literatur durch Frank E. A. Sander und Frederick E. Snyder, Alternative Methods of Dispute Settlement - A Selected Bibliography, Washington D.C. (American Bar Association) 1979. Die neuere Literatur wird in Anm. 1 zu Kap. I nachgewiesen.