Student Rights: U.S. Supreme Court Cases: Their Implications for and Implementations in Washington Schools
Date of Award
Master of Education (MEd)
Dr. Dan Unruh
The relationship between national litigation and state legislation was studied. Seven areas of student rights were used in categorizing Washington State's educational laws and policies, and twenty-three precedent-setting United States Supreme Court cases. The results showed support for the hypothesis that national litigation impacts state legislation in educational policy-making. Implications for and impact that this has upon the future are discussed.
Ramsey, Angela Dawn, "Student Rights: U.S. Supreme Court Cases: Their Implications for and Implementations in Washington Schools" (1985). Master of Education Graduate Projects. 58.