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Chapter 7

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Code Of Ethics A set of standrads and expectations that people of a certain career have to abide by.
Ethical Dilemmas Something that happens that conflicts with the Code of Ethics you have to abide by.
Due Process Being protected from being treated arbitrarily by those in authority.
Teaching Contract An agreement between a teacher and the board of education.
Offer and Accpetence The school board has made a formal offer, and the employee has accepted the terms of the contract.
Competent Parties The school board is not exceeding the authority granted to it by the state, and the teacher meets the criteria for employment.
Consideration Remuneration is promised to the teacher.
Legal Subject Matter The contract terms are neither illegal nor against public policy.
Proper Form The contract adheres to state contract laws.
Dismissal A way for a person to be let go from a job that is on a tenture.
Collectice Bargaining Requires school boards to negotiate contracts with teacher organisztions.
Grievance a forml complaint against his or her employer.
Academic Freedom Teachers have the right to use teaching methods and materials to which school officilas might object.
Tort Liability An indvidual who is negligent and at fault in the exercise of his or her legal duty may be required to pay monetary damages to an injuried party.
Negligence Injuries that could have been prevented but were not due to employee's lack of prevention or preparation.
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