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Education Law Handbook

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Edited by: Katherine Eddy, Paul Greatorex, Holly Stout

ISBN13: 9781784732714
To be Published: October 2018
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £139.99



The Education Law Handbook has been written by a team of specialist education law barristers at 11KBW in London, the leading education law Chambers in the country.  It is structured according to the four main phases of education:

    (1) pre-school and nurseries
    (2) schooling for children of compulsory school age
    (3) sixth-form and further education
    (4) higher education
The law applicable to all types of schools, colleges and universities is explained, and themes such as special educational needs, transport, negligence, discrimination and human rights are all dealt with in detail, as is the law applicable to teaching staff and governing bodies.  This is book is quite simply the most comprehensive and detailed book on education law available.

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Subjects:
Education Law
Contents:
Introduction and overview

Part I – Pre-compulsory school age
Overview
Applicability of matters in Part II, Section 2

Part II – Compulsory school age
Overview
Section 1: Types of schools
Maintained schools 
Academies
Independent schools 
Miscellaneous
Section 2: General
Establishing, reorganising and discontinuing schools
School transport 
School attendance
Examinations
Special educational needs
Discrimination and human rights
Teachers and other adults in the school system
Negligence and contractual liability

Part III – Post-16 provision: sixth form and further education
Overview
Applicability of matters in Part II, Section 2

Part IV – Higher education
Overview
Staff
Students
Complaints and Challenges