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Volume 52 (2018-2019)
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There is no better way of exercising the imagination than the study of law. No poet ever interpreted nature as freely as a lawyer interprets the truth. — Jean Giraudoux
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Educating children is one of society’s most important functions. As a result, there is a robust area of law dedicated to education. Education law is particularly fascinating because it constantly seeks to strike balances: the balance between ensuring each child receives a standard education, while maintaining a parent’s right to decide what her child should learn; the balance between maintaining student safety, while respecting individual constitutional rights; the balance between accommodating students with disabilities and strict budgetary concerns; and the balance between giving teachers job security and intellectual freedom, while ensuring that they competently educate their students. This section has articles with in-depth information on education law for parents, teachers, student, and school administrators.
Choice and Compulsory Education
Education law is governed by the states. Every state requires all its children to be educated. For most students, this means that parents must send their students to an accredited public, private,
The education law book, a compilation of state school laws in force, is published every two (2) years under authority of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction in accordance with the requirements of 70 O.S. § 3-107.
The education law book includes Oklahoma state statutes, regulations, court decisions, opinions of the Oklahoma Attorney General, and other informative material relating to public school education as deemed appropriate.
Education Law Book