Educational Leadership Today and Tomorrow: The Law as a Friend or Foe


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by Roderick C. Flynn
Production/Release Date: April 2010
Proceedings of the Nineteenth Annual Conference held in Halifax, Nova Scotia 2008.

1. La lutte pour une politique de harcèlement – le cas de l’AÉFM
Richard Alarie

2. Governors Leading Education: A South African Case Study on the Law on Educator Appointments Turning Friends into Foes
Prof. Johan Beckmann and Dr. Sakkie Prinsloo

3. Dispute Resolution: From Informal to Legislation – A Manitoba Perspective
Joanna Blais and Doug Anderson

4. Legal and Policy Barriers to Professional Learning Communities: The Law as Friend or Foe to a Culture Shift in Schools
Ken Brien, Ed.D.

5. First Nations Education: A Legal and Administrative Quagmire
Sheila Carr-Stewart

6. Defamation – Your Legal Options
Sarah Colman and Allyson Otten

7. The Impact of Education Law on the Everyday Practice of Educators
Jerome G. Delaney

8. The Authority of the School Principal: Waxing or Waning?
Nancy Desrosiers

9. Media and Communication Technology: Education’s Friend or Foe? Cyberbullying –
Collette Dowhaniuk

10. Health and Safety of Students
Robert G. Keel and Nadya Tymochenko

11. Regulating the Regulators
Jacqueline E. Lord

12. The Challenge of Identifying Teachers as Professionals
David Mangan

13. Safe and Inclusive Schooling = Expensive Quality Education = Priceless
For Everything Else There are Lawyers
A. Wayne Mackay

14. First Nations Control of Education: Legal Issues and Challenges
Dr. Jerry Paquette and Dr. Gerald Fallon

15. Educational Aspects of the Nunn Commission of Inquiry
Ian Pickard and Sara Josselyn

16. From “Zero Tolerance” to Progressive Discipline: Ontario’s Bill 212
Victoria Réaume and Janina Fogels

17. Stories of Disillusionment: Creating Alternatives to Expulsion
Lisa Romano-Dwyer

18. Media and Communication Technology: Education’s Friend or Foe? Management the Media in Times of Crisis
Peggy Sweeney