Sep 24, 2020  
2020-2021 Undergraduate/Graduate Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Undergraduate/Graduate Catalog
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EDA 5060 - School Law, Ethics, and Integrity (3 cr.)


The goal of this course is to provide aspiring administrators with a strong background in educational law enabling them to meet the legal challenges associated with the field of education. Students will be expected to work individually and collaboratively with other members of the class to analyze case studies and provide information to determine case outcomes or in another sense what the district(s) could have done differently to prevent the legal issue from arising. This process will include researching topics (e.g., 3020a, Part 83, Collective Bargaining, etc.) within their individual districts to present their findings for critique. The culminating activity for the course is designed for students to do research on a legal topic of interest, present their findings, defend their conclusions, and be subject to inquiry (a written submission of their research is required). All course work is aligned with TEAC, ISLLC, and ISTE-NETS Standards. This course fulfills state-mandated requirements for the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA).



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