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The law of higher education : legal implications of administrative decision making / William A. Kaplin.


1st ed.. San Francisco : Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1978.
ISBN 9780875893785, 0875893783

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Subjects Administration scolaire -- Droit -- États-Unis.
College.
Enseignement supérieur -- Droit -- États-Unis.
Hochschulrecht.
Recht.
USA.
United States.
Universités -- Droit -- États-Unis.
Universities and colleges -- Law and legislation -- United States.
Universities and colleges -- Law and legislation.
Series Jossey-Bass series in higher education.
Description xxvii, 500 pages ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1978.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Summary "William Kaplin's new, up-to-date volume is the first comprehensive sourcebook on law for administrators and their legal counsel. The book, which includes detailed discussions of the Bakke and Horowitz cases, cites and clearly summarizes the laws, regulations, and court decisions pertaining to higher education. Kaplin addresses today's most important legal issues and developments, from affirmative action and faculty collective bargaining to federal aid-to-education programs and civil rights compliance. For each issue, Kaplin clarifies basic legal principles, points out future trends, and gives advice to administrators for handling the issues in a way that is both legally sound and in the best interests of the institution." "Kaplin analyzes and interprets the law as it affects almost every aspect of higher education. He discusses the legal relationship of an institution to its trustees, administrators, faculty, and students, as well as to the local community, state and federal governments, and educational accrediting agencies. Chapters are organized for quick and efficient reference; annotated bibliographies at the ends of chapters guide readers to key literature for in-depth study; and extensive, cross-referenced case and subject indexes contain over 3,000 entries."--Jacket.
Contents Overview of postsecondary education law / The college and trustees, administrators, and agents -- The college and the faculty -- The college and the students -- The college and the community -- The college and the state government -- The college and the federal government -- The college and the accrediting agencies.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)4334462
(OCoLC)ocm04334462
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Kaplin, William A.
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