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Legal Research Guide for Education Law resources available at Wheat Law Library.
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While the encumbrances of the manifold laws and regulations that flow down upon the public schools from both state and federal governments are sometimes excessive and not always necessary, by-in-large these laws have worked to vastly benefit both the children who partake of education and teachers who are the purveyors of a vast store of knowledge and skills. The network of these laws ultimately works to bestow upon the next generation abilities and capacities that enable each fledgling citizen to obtain personal autonomy and to understand, value and defend our basic liberties and freedoms.

Kern Alexander & M. David Alexander

 

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