Civil Rights and Education (2 volumes)

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by Roderick C. Flynn
Production/Release Date: May 2007

Proceedings of the Seventeenth Annual Conference held in Montreal in 2006.

  1. How Civil is the Right to Privacy? Information Policing in the School Context
    Sandra M. Anderson
  2. The Right to Attend or the Right to Learn. Evolving Public Expectations and the Law
    Ruth Bauman
  3. The Right Not to Remain Silent: Freedom of Expression In and Out of the Classroom
    Jennifer Birrell & R. Paul Marshall
  4. Legal Context of Parent-Teacher Interactions in Schools: Implications for Diversity, Democracy and the Future
    Ken Brien, Ed.D.
  5. Bona Fide Occupational Requirement or Adverse Effect Discrimination: The Politics of Accent in a Teacher Education Program
    Finney Cherian & Yvette Daniel
  6. The Intersection of Class Actions, Civil Rights and Education
    Andrea DeKay, Michael Peerless & Christina Benedict
  7. The Charter of Rights and Freedoms: What Teachers and School Administrators Should Know
    Jerome G. Delaney
  8. Population, Aging & the Education Sector: Recognition, Impact and the Future
    Roderick C. Flynn & Rich Evenson
  9. The Child and Family Services Review Board: Creating New Challenges in Safe School Administration
    Stephen F. Gleave, George G. Vuicic and Graham J. Clarke
  10. Liberty, Learning and Rights: Freedom of Expression in Canadian Schools
    Wendy J. Harris, Terri A. Cohen & Sari A. Wiens
  11. The Right to Associate: Governments’ and Teacher Organizations’ Relations
    Shirley M. Humphries, Ph.D.
  12. Managing Parental Harassment
    Robert G. Keel & Nadya Tymochenko
  13. La liberté de religion et l’obligation d’accommodement dans le milieu scolaire: la recherché de l’équilibre
    François LeBel
  14. La Jurisprudence de la Cour Suprême du Canada sur les droits fondamentaux dans le secteur de l’éducation
    L’honorable Louis LeBel, Cour Suprême du Canada
  15. Vidéosurveillance en milieu scolaire: Les enjeux Longpré
    François Longpré
  16. Duality of Human Rights and Other Proceedings or Can I Have My Cake and Eat It Too?
    John C. MacPherson, Q.C. & Rebecca L. Pitts
  17. Opening Exercises and Freedom of Conscience and Religion: Constitutional Considerations
    Michael Manley-Casimir, Alan Wilkinson & Kirsten Manley-Casimir
  18. Cultivating Citizenship: Justice Education in the Classroom
    Sarah McCoubrey
  19. Lessons from Jubran: Reducing School Board Liability in Cases of Student Harassment
    Elizabeth J. Meyer
  20. The Family Law Act of Alberta
    Mark Minenko
  21. Le Nouveau Recours Fondé Sur L’Article 47.2 du Code du Travail: Développements Jurisprudentiels Devant La Commission Des Relations du Travail
    Pierre E. Moreau & Nancy Martel
  22. Human Rights Complaints: Lodging Them and Dodging Them – A Practical Consideration of Fora and Strategies for Dealing With Human Rights Complaints for Unions and Employers
    Joshua S. Phillips & David A. Wright
  23. The Secrets That You Keep: Resolving Issues of Civil Rights When Students Tell Teachers Secrets
    Ian Pickard
  24. Freedom of Association – Not Just a Casual Concern: Representation and Collective Bargaining Rights for Substitute Teachers
    Carmen Pickering
  25. What Does It Have To Do With Society What I Do In My Own Spare Time?
    Christopher Sach-Anderson
  26. Politiques interculturelles et pratiques scolaires en milieu multiethnique montréalais: apprendre sur la tas?
    Mela Sarkar, Constance Lavoie & Anie Desautels
  27. Inclusive and Safe Schools: Connecting Factors
    Brenda Sautner
  28. Reasonable Accommodation of Special Needs: Data-Based Advocacy in the Age of Accountability
    William J. Smith
  29. Privacy and Confidentiality vs. Openness and Accountability
    Brenda Stokes-Verworn
  30. Teacher Education Needs More Education Law
    Susan Sydor
  31. Do the Charter and Human Rights Codes Necessitate Standards in Special Education?
    Nadya Tymochenko & Nicola Simmons
  32. Using Visual Arts as a Vehicle for Teaching Civil Rights Education: Real Projects from Real Classrooms
    Peter Vietgen
  33. Canadian Educational Systems: Using a Rights-Based Perspective to Address the Needs of All Students
    Dawn Zinga & Megan Davis