Teachers and the Law: Diverse Roles and New Challenges
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An invaluable resource for teachers and other education professionals, Teachers and the Law provides the legal knowledge necessary to fulfill multiple roles and to succeed in the modern, Canadian classroom. Teachers will be equipped to address a wide range of issues, including technology and social media, harassment, bullying, censorship, Indigenous education, privacy, equality, and more.
This edition reflects updated legislation that relates to the evolving rights of teachers, students, and parents, as well as emphasizing the impact that courts and human rights tribunals have in shaping both educational policies and practices. This edition also examines emerging privacy challenges relating to technology, such as the distribution of intimate images; inclusive education; and social movements such as #MeToo.
Alexander Mackay, Lyle Sutherland & Kim Pochini, Teachers and the Law: Diverse Roles and New Challenges, 4th ed (Toronto: Emond Montgomery Publications, 2013).