ELAD 521: Education Law
This course immerses students in the practice of school law as it relates to legal theory, practical politics, the relationships of a school district's organization to other units of government, the appellate function of the state Commissioner of Education and the state Board of Education, New Jersey school laws (Title 18A of the revised statutes), and rules and regulations of the state Board of Education and their decisions. Students study New Jersey school legal structure and compare it to that of other states, while they work through authentic case studies. 3 hours.
Prerequisites: ELAD 510 Graduate Students in ELAD, PRIN, SUPR or department approval