Author : Conor O'Mahony
Publisher: Round Hall
Publication Date: 01/12/2006
Educational Rights in Irish Law provides clear, comprehensive, and up-to-date coverage on the law relating to educational rights, including the rights of children and of parents, the role of the State in vindicating these rights and maintaining educational standards, the duties of school principals and boards of management, the role of the new statutory bodies, and the interaction between the new legislation and the Constitution.
Contents: The definition and aims of education; The nature of the right to education; Education in the Irish Constitution; The educational rights of children; Parental rights and the role of the State; The scope of the State?s duty to educate; Special educational needs legislation; Constitutional remedies; Statutory remedies; The law of negligence and educational rights.
Conor O?Mahony is a lecturer in law at University College Cork.
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