Educational issues can be extremely complicated. But there is not a single approach to solving important education-related issues. There is no right or wrong answer to various school problems.
What is educational law, you might ask? This is a very interesting question. It is also a question that few people could answer without relying on popular assumptions about certain fields of law.
No doubt, educational law is one of the most complex areas of law. The complexity of this field is in part because of the nature of the practice itself. What constitutes educational law is not clear.
While education-related issues have no frontier or state lines, every state has its own sets of laws that govern educational issues. Hence, educational law can be very hard to decipher, at least from a national standpoint.
In these series of posts, I will examine certain aspects of this field of law. However, I will not delve in the legal intricacies of the field itself. I will focus on the educational aspects of the term.
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