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Chapter 9

Terms and Conceprs

Assumption of risk one can demonstrate that the plaintiff voluntarily and knowingly assumed the risks and agreed to do the dangerous activity in which he was participating at the time of his injury
Bilingual Act of 1974 This act call for parental involvement in the planning of appropriate educational programs for children with limited English-speaking ability.
Buckley Amendment Part of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act which prohibits schools from releasing information about a student to third parties without student or parental permission.
Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VI) law that specifies that no one, regardless of race, color, or origin can be discriminated against or denied participation in programs receiving federal assistance.
Comparative negligence situation in which teacher and student are both held liable for an injury.
Contributory negligence failure of a person who is injured to exercise the required standard of care for his or her own safety.
Dismissal removal of a probationary or tenured teacher before the completion of his or her contract.
Due process of law mandated legal procedures designed to protect the rights of individuals.
Equal Access Act (E.A.A.) 1984 law passed by Congress that recognizes that secondary school students are mature enough to understand that a school does not condone religion by merely allowing prayer clubs on public property
Equal protection clause Section 1 of the Fourteenth Amendment, which prevents states from making or enforcing laws that abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; deprive people of life, liberty or property without due process of law; pr deny equal pr
Establishment cause Clause in the First Amendment prohibiting Congress from making laws respecting the establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise of religion.
Free exercise clause Clause in the First Amendment prohibiting Congress from making laws abridging the freedom of speech or of press or the right to peacefully assemble or to petition the government for a redress of grievances.
In Loco parentis term meaning “in place of the parent” that suggests that educators possess a portion of a parent’s rights, duties and responsibilities.
Lemon test tripartite test used to decide whether specific practices or policies are an establishment of religion.
Negligence failure to exercise reasonable care to protect students from injury
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