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Banned From Graduation

Posted by Scott Barron on Jul 3, 2014 9:43:16 AM

The graduation ban is one of the tools used by schools to enforce disciplinary action or academic quality. Whether to use this method of discipline is often a very difficult decision for school administrators because of the extreme emotions involved and the life-long impact. Why are some students banned from graduation?

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Topics: Administration, Legal, Current Events, School Law

Ruling Against CA Teacher Tenure Won't Necessarily Improve Schools

Posted by Scott Barron on Jun 17, 2014 8:07:25 AM

The teacher tenure law in California has been determined to be unconstitutional, based on the state constitution's guarantee of equal education opportunity. The argument is that this guarantee has some level of quality expectations, with students at least being able to receive an education that is adequate.

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Topics: Board Culture, School Law

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