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2015 год


1. Andrews, Gordon; Warren, Wilson J. & Cousins, James. Collaboration and the future of education : preserving the right to think and teach historically. ––London : Routledge, 2015. –– 142 p. 

2. Arrese, Igor, Héctor, Oscar.The Right to Education in the Fichtean Theory of Natural Right //The Philosophical Forum. –– 2015. –– Vol.46(4). –– Р. 403–420. 

3. Babaci-Wilhite, Zehlia. Local languages as a human right in education: comparative cases from Africa. ––Rotterdam, The Netherlands : Sense Publishers 2015. –– 138 p.

4. Baronnet, Bruno.Right to education and Zapatista autonomy in Chiapas, Mexico // Convergencia. –– 2015. –– Vol.22(67). –– Р. 85–110.

5. Bitner, Robyn K. Exiled from education: Plyler V. Doe's impact on the constitutionality of long-term suspensions and expulsions //Virginia Law Review. –– 2015. –– Vol.101(3). –– Р. 763–805.

6. Black, Derek.Federalizing Education by Waiver? // Vanderbilt Law Review. –– 2015. –– Vol.68(3). –– Р. 607–680.

7. Bond, Julian & Bond, Julian.With all deliberate speed: Brown v. board of education // Indiana Law Journal. –– 2015. –– Vol.90(4). –– Р. 1671–1681.

8. Carson, Cari. Rethinking Special Education's «Least Restrictive Environment» Requirement // Michigan Law Review. –– 2015. –– Vol.113(8).–– Р. 1397––1426.

9. Catto, Rebecca; Davie, Grace & Perfect, David.State and Religion in Great Britain: Constitutional Foundations, Religious Minorities, the Law and Education //Insight Turkey. –– 2015. –– Vol.17(1).–– Р.79–96.

10. Chao, Xiaorong.Characteristics of the Ideological and Political Education Theory of Maozedong in Yan'an and Enlightenment for Nowadays //Journal of Politics and Law. –– 2015. –– Vol.8(2). –– Р. 150–153.

11. Chinn, Stuart.The ideology behind Brown v. board of education: Political parties and "jurisprudential bundling //Denver University Law Review. –– 2015. –– Vol.92(1). –– Р. 45–94.

12. Clarke, BS.Coming Out in the Classroom: Law Professors, Law Students and Depression //Journal Of Legal Education. –– 2015. –– Vol.64(3).–– Р. 403–415.

13. Crier, Shelaswau.Beyond Money: Public Urban Boarding Schools and the State's Obligation to Make an Adequate Education Attainable // Journal of Law and Education. –– 2015. –– Vol.44(1). — Р. 23–94.

14. Croxford, Linda &Raffe, David.The Iron Law of Hierarchy? Institutional Differentiation in UK Higher Education// Studies in Higher Education. –– 2015. –– Vol.40(9). –– Р.1625–1640.

15. De Groof, Jan &Misco, Thomas.Cross-Cultural Case Studies of Teaching Controversial Issues. Pathways and challenges to democratic citizenship education.–– Nijmegen, the Netherlands : Wolf Legal Publishers, 2015. –– 274 p.

16. De Groof, Jan &Lauwers, Gracienne.Language and Education.Studies in Human Rights in Education.–– Nijmegen, the Netherlands : Wolf Legal Publishers, 2015. –– 418 p.

17. De Groof, Jan &Lauwers, Gracienne. Religion and Education. Studies in Human Rights in Education. –– Nijmegen, the Netherlands : Wolf Legal Publishers, 2015. –– 588 p.

18. De Lucia Dahlbeck, Moa; Dahlbeck, Johan.Evaluating Life: Working with Ethical Dilemmas in Education for Sustainable Development // Law, Culture and the Humanities. –– 2015. –– Vol.11(1). –– Р. 64–82.

19. Deng, Furong.A Thought on Strengthening Value Education in the Ideological and Political Course to College Students: Taking the “Ideological and Moral Cultivation and Law Basis” Course as an Example // Canadian Social Science. –– 2015. –– Vol.11(6). –– Р. 39–42.

20. Education for all 2000–2015: achievements and challenges. –– Paris : UNESCO, 2015. –– 499 p.

21. Education Policy Litigation as Devolution //Harvard Law Review. –– 2015. –– Vol.128(3). –– Р. 929–950.

22. Erman, S. & Walton, Gm. Stereotype Threat and Antidiscrimination Law: Affirmative Steps to Promote Meritocracy and Racial Equality in Education // Southern California Law Review. –– 2015. –– Vol.88(2). –– Р. 307–378.

23. Fighting to learn : a legal resource for realising the right to education. –– Marshalltown : Johannesburg Legal Resources Centre, 2015. –– 90 p.

24. Gallen, James.O'Keeffe v Ireland: The Liability of States for Failure to Provide an Effective System for the Detection and Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse in Education //The Modern Law Review. –– 2015. –– Vol.78(1). — Р. 151–163.

25. Gibson, Lauren.Chalk Talks-Erin's Law : Preventing Child Sexual Abuse Through Education // Journal of Law and Education. –– 2015. –– Vol.44(2). –– Р. 263–271.

26. Gideon, Andrea.The Position of Higher Education Institutions in a Changing European Context: An EU Law Perspective// JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies. –– 2015. –– Vol.53(5). –– Р. 1045–1060.

27. Güneş, Pınar Mine.The role of maternal education in child health : Evidence from a compulsory schooling law //Economics of Education Review. –– 2015. –– Vol.47. –– Р.1–16. 

28. Haug, Kristin &Storø, Jan.Kindergarten – a Universal Right for Children in Norway //International Journal of Child Care and Education Policy. –– 2015. –– Vol.7(2). –– Р. 1–13. 

29. Hemelsoet, Elias.Shaping the Right to Education for Roma Children: A Case Study of Present Practices in Ghent, Belgium //Intercultural Education. –– 2015. –– Vol.26(2). –– Р. 94–105. 

30. Henderson, Emily F. Education as a human right: principles for a universal entitlement to learning //A Journal of Comparative and International Education. –– 2015. –– Vol.45(4). –– Р. 658–660.

31. Hensel, Wendy.The Limits of Federal Disability Law : State Educational Voucher Programs // Journal of Law and Education. –– 2015. –– Vol.44(2). –– Р. 199–229.

32. Hoagland-Hanson, Kevin & Hoagland-Hanson, Kevin.Getting their due (process) : Parents and lawyers in special education due process hearings in Pennsylvania //University of Pennsylvania Law Review. –– 2015. –– Vol.163(6). –– Р. 1805–1842.

33. ISCED 2011 Operational manual : guidelines for classifying national education programmes and related qualifications / UNESCO Inst. of statistics. –– Paris : OECD, 2015. — 114 p.

34. Jawoniyi, Oduntan.Religious Education, Critical Thinking, Rational Autonomy, and the Child's Right to an Open Future //Religion & Education. –– 2015. –– Vol.42(1). –– Р. 34–53.

35. Johnson, Scott F. Education law : a problem-based approach. –– 3rd edition. –– New Providence, NJ : LexisNexis, 2015. —– 927 p.

36. Kardanova, A. K. Theoretical and Practical Aspects of Realization of the Right for Education by Citizens of the Republic of South Ossetia in Modern Conditions //Polythematic Online Scientific Journal of Kuban State Agrarian University. –– 2015. — Vol. 107. –– Р. 1006–1016.

37. Kasparová, Irena.The Right to be Included: Homeschoolers Combat the Structural Discrimination Embodied in Their Lawful Protection in the Czech Republic //International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education. –– 2015. –– Vol.8(1). –– Р. 161–174.

38. Katz, Susan Roberta &Spero, Andrea McEvoy.Bringing human rights education to US classrooms : exemplary models from elementary grades to university //New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan. –– 2015. –– 251 p.

39. Kavak, Yüksel; Seferoğlu, S. Sadi; Kabasakal, KübraAtalay; Şen, Zeynep&Uludağ, Gonca.Changes in the Field of Education and Teaching of Law: An Investigation of Programs Developed Based on Bologna Process // Yükseköğretim ve Bilim Dergisi. –– 2015. –– Vol.5(1). –– Р. 1–13.

40. Kelley, Christopher R. &Kiršienė, Julija.The Role of Ethics in Legal Education of Post-Soviet Countries //Baltic Journal of Law & Politics. –– 2015. –– Vol.8(1). –– Р. 139–164.

41. Kelly, Orla; Bhabha, Jacqueline & Krishna, Aditi.Champions: The Realities of Realizing the Right to Education in India //Human Rights Quarterly. –– 2015. –– Vol.37(4). –– Р. 1046–1070.

42. Krek, Janez. Two Principles of Early Moral Education : A Condition for the Law, Reflection and Autonomy // Studies in Philosophy and Education. –– 2015. –– Vol.34(1). –– Р.9–29.

43. Kumar, Ashwin A. P. Doing it right: As far as teacher training in higher education is concerned, the University Grants Commission seems to have got it all wrong //Economic and Political Weekly. –– 2015. –– Vol.50(39). –– Р. 77–78.

44. Kumar, Shiv & Pathak, Krishna Kumar.Right to Education in Perspective of Children with Special Needs //Indian Streams Research Journal. –– 2015. –– Vol.5(2). –– Р. 1–4.

45. LópezGavira, Rosario &Moriña, Anabel.Hidden voices in higher education: inclusive policies and practices in social science and law classrooms // International Journal of Inclusive Education. –– 2015. –– Vol.19(4). –– Р. 365–378.

46. Magashi, Salim Bashir. Education and the Right to Development of the Child in Northern Nigeria: A Proposal for Reforming the Almajiri Institution // Africa Today. –– 2015. –– Vol.61(3). –– Р. 64–83.

47. Maleshin, Dmitry.Chief Editor’s Note on ‘Bologna Process’ in Russian Legal Education // Russian Law Journal. –– 2015. –– Vol.3(3). –– Р. 5–7.

48. Manan, Munafrizal.The Implementation of the Right to Education in Indonesia//Indonesia Law Review. –– 2015. –– Vol.5(1). –– Р. 51–68.

49. Marshall, David & Goodall, Craig.The Right to Appropriate and Meaningful Education for Children with ASD // Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. –– 2015. –– Vol.45(10).–– Р. 3159–3167.

50. Martinez, Liz.How to avoid debt in the pursuit of education //Law Enforcement Technology. –– 2015. –– Vol.42(10). –– Р. 10–13, 16–18.

51. Mawhinney, Alison.International Human Rights Law: Its Potential and Limitations in Effecting Change to the Place of Religion in the Irish Education System //Journal of Intercultural Studies. –– 2015. –– Vol.36(3).–– Р. 291–305.

52. Mccullagh, Karen.Legal regulation and education: Doing the right thing? // International Review of Law, Computers & Technology. –– 2015. –– Vol.29(1). –– Р. 1–3.

53. Mckeown, Paul & Morse, Sarah.Litigants in person : is there a role for higher education? // The Law Teacher. –– 2015. –– Vol.49(1). –– Р. 122–129.

54. Mehendale, Archana; Mukhopadhyay, Rahul &Namala, Annie.Right to education and inclusion in private unaided schools: An exploratory study in Bengaluru and Delhi //Economic and Political Weekly. –– 2015. –– Vol.50(7). –– p. 43–51.

55. Monitoring quality in early childhood education and care. –– Paris : OECD, 2015. –– 243 p.

56. Murungi, LucylineNkatha.Inclusive Basic Education in South Africa: Issues in its Conceptualisation and Implementation // Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal. –– 2015. –– Vol.18(1). –– p. 3159–3195. 

57. Nayak, Rabindranath.Right to education in India. –– New Delhi : S.K. Book Agency, 2015. –– 240 p.

58. O'Toole, Barbara.1831–2014: an opportunity to get it right this time? Some thoughts on the current debate on patronage and religious education in Irish primary schools //Irish Educational Studies. –– 2015. –– Vol.34(1). –– Р. 89–102.

59. Patel, Serena.Gender Respect Education : A Proposal to Combat Commercial Sexual Exploitation//The American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law. –– 2015. –– Vol.23(3). –– Р. 393–411.

60. Peres, Catharine Vanessa &Pinheiro, LucíFaria.Fundamentals and Paradoxes of Law which Regulates the Religious Education in Public Schools of Rio de Janeiro //Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences. –– 2015. –– Vol.174.–– Р. 2285–2291.

61. Perry-Hazan, Lotem. Curricular choices of ultra-Orthodox Jewish communities: translating international human rights law into education policy // Oxford Review of Education. –– 2015. –– Vol.4. — Is. 5. –– Р. 628–646.

62. Pino-Yancovic, Mauricio.Parents’ defense of their children’s right to education: Resistance experiences against public school closings in Chile // Education, Citizenship and Social Justice. ––2015. –– Vol.10(3). –– Р. 254–265.

63. PranevičienėBirutė&MargevičiūtėAgnė.Challenges To The Implementation of Institutional Reform in the Lithuanian General Education System// Baltic Journal of Law & Politics. –– 2015. –– Vol.8(1). –– Р. 106–138.

64. Queenan, Rosemary School's. Out for Summer - But Should It Be? //Journal of Law and Education. –– 2015. –– Vol.44(2). –– Р. 165–198.

65. Renneker, Annale.Packing More Than Just a Backpack //Journal of Law and Education. –– 2015. –– Vol.44(2). –– Р. 273–282.

66. Rizwaan, Mohd. &Mantry, Asit Kumar. Right to education : access and quality. –– Delhi : Ankur Book Distributors, 2015. –– 279 p.

67. Robertson, Molly.Blaming Teacher Tenure is Not the Answer //Journal of Law and Education. –– 2015. –– Vol.44(3). –– Р. 463–471.

68. Rosser, Andrew.Law and the Realisation of Human Rights: Insights from Indonesia’s Education Sector //Asian Studies Review. –– 2015. –– Vol.39(2). –– Р. 194–212.

69. Rossow, Lawrence F. Education law : cases and materials. –– 2nd edition. — Durham, North Carolina : Carolina Academic Press, 2015. –– 495 p. 

70. Russo, Charles.Religious Freedom in Education: A Fundamental Human Right //Religion & Education. –– 2015. –– Vol.42(1). –– Р.17–33.

71. Rusu, Iustinian& Weisman, Robert.The impact of individualized education programs on free appropriate public education // Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law. –– 2015. –– Vol.43(2). –– Р. 253–255.

72. Sanches-Ferreira, Manuela; Simeonsson, Rune J.; Silveira-Maia, Mónica& Alves, Sílvia. Evaluating implementation of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health in Portugal's special education law // International Journal of Inclusive Education. –– 2015. –– Vol.19(5). –– Р.457–468.

73. Santos, Renato Emerson Nascimento Dos &Soeterik, Inti Maya.Scales of political action and social movements in education: the case of the Brazilian Black Movement and Law 10.639 //Globalisation, Societies and Education. –– 2015. –– Р. 1–19 

74. Schmuck, Desirée&Matthes, Jörg.How Anti-immigrant Right-wing Populist Advertisements Affect Young Voters: Symbolic Threats, Economic Threats and the Moderating Role of Education //Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. –– 2015. –– Vol.41(10). –– Р. 1577–1599.

75. Seale, Jane; Georgeson, Jan; Mamas, Christoforos& Swain, Julie.Not the right kind of ‘digital capital’? An examination of the complex relationship between disabled students, their technologies and higher education institutions //Computers & Education. –– 2015. –– Vol.82.–– Р. 118–128.

76. Secunda, Pm.Overcoming Deliberate Indifference: Reconsidering Effective Legal Protections for Bullied Special Education Students //University Of Illinois Law Review. –– 2015. –– Is. 1. –– Р. 175–215.

77. Serfontein, Em.Education, the path to a quality of life the optimal realisation of the right to life //Tydskrif Vir Geesteswetenskappe. –– 2015. –– Vol.55(1). –– Р. 62–74.

78. Setti, Federica.The Implications of «Naming» on Roma and «Sinti» Right to Education and Social Inclusion: An Ethnography of Education among a «Sinti» Family Network //Intercultural Education. –– 2015. –– Vol.26(2). –– Р. 114–130.

79. Shepeleva, Olga &Novikova, Asmik.The Quality of Legal Education in Russia: The Stereotypes and the Real Problems // Russian Law Journal. –– 2015. –– Vol.2(1). –– Р. 106–120.

80. Shuffelton, Amy B. Getting the Distance Right: Ideal and Nonideal Theory in Philosophy of Education // Educational Theory. — 2015. –– Vol.65(2). –– Р. 203–214.

81. Sreeramulu, M.; Chamundeswaramma, K.V. & Syed UssainSaheb.Problems and Perspectives of Right to Education and Judicial Response //Indian Streams Research Journal. –– 2015. –– Vol.5(5). –– Р. 1–7.

82. Taylor, Rachel E. Responsibility for the Soul of the Child: The Role of the State and Parents in Determining Religious Upbringing and Education //International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family. –– 2015. –– Vol. 29(1). –– Р. 15–35.

83. The ABC of gender equality in education : aptitude, behaviour, confidence . –– Paris : OECD, 2015. –– 177 p.

84. Tudor, Joanna.Legal Implications of Using Digital Technology in Public Schools: Effects on Privacy //Journal of Law and Education. –– 2015. — Vol.44(3). –– Р. 287–343.

85. Vanderbeck, Robert M. & Johnson, Paul.Homosexuality, religion and the contested legal framework governing sex education in England //Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law. –– 2015. –– Vol.37(2). — Р. 161–179.

86. Vincent-Lancrin, Stéphan. Ensuring quality in cross-border higher education : implementing the UNESCO/OECD guidelines. –– Paris : OECD, 2015 –– 129 p.

87. Whitehurst, Grover; Chingos, Matthew M. & Lindquist, Katharine.Getting Classroom Observations Right //Education Next. –– 2015. –– Vol.15(1). –– Р. 62–68.

88. Yergin, Rebecca I. Rethinking public education litigation strategy: A duty-based approach to reform //Columbia Law Review. –– 2015. –– Vol.115(6). –– Р. 1563–1604.

89. Young, Helen.Asking the ‘right’ questions: the constitution of school governing bodies as apolitical //Journal of Education Policy. –– 2015. –– Р. 1–17.

90. Yull, Ashley.The Impact of Race and Socioeconomic Status on Access to Accommodations in Post-Secondary Education //The American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law. –– 2015. –– Vol.23(2).–– Р. 353–392.

91. Zirkel, Perry; Green, Preston &Oluwole, Joseph.Adding Value to Teacher Quality: All or Nothing? Response to «Applying Value-Added Methods to Teachers in Untested Grades and Subjects» //Journal of Law and Education. –– 2015. –– Vol.44(3). –– Р. 393–399, 401–412.

92. Zisser, Alison R. & Stone, Maureen. Health, Education, Advocacy, and Law : An Innovative Approach to Improving Outcomes for LowIncome Children With Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities // Journal of Policy and Practice in Intellectual Disabilities. –– 2015. –– Vol.12(2). –– Р.132–137.


2014 год


1.    Areen, Judith Higher education and the law. –– St. Paul, MN : Foundation Press, 2014. –– 267 p.
2.    De Groof, Jan International Journal for Education Law and Policy. Special Issue 2013: Dignity in Education. –– Nijmegen, the Netherlands : Wolf Legal Publishers. –– 82 p.
3.    Kaplin, William A. The law of higher education : student version. ––San Francisco, CA : Jossey-Bass, a Wiley Brand, 2014. –– 902 p.
4.    McQueen, Hilary Roles, rights, and responsibilities in UK education : tensions and inequalities. –– New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. –– 208 p.
5.    Mingyuan, Gu. Cultural foundations of Chinese education. –– Leiden; Boston : Brill, 2014. –– 297 p.
6.    Murdick, Nikki L. Special education law. –– Boston : Pearson, 2014. ––314 p.
7.    Osborne, Allan G., Jr. Special education and the law : a guide for practitioners. –– Thousand Oaks, California : Corwin, A SAGE Company, 2014. –– 343 p.
8.    Peters, M. A., Besley, T., Araya, D. The new development paradigm :education, knowledge economy and digital futures. –– New York : P. Lang, 2014.–– 285 p.
9.    Rossow, L. F. Stefkovich, J. A. Education law : cases and materials. –– Durham, NC : Carolina Academic Press, 2014. –– 1,412 p.
10.    Rothstein, Laura F.Special education law. –– Thousand Oaks, California : SAGE Publications, 2014. –– 362 p.
11.    Russo, Charles J. International perspectives on education, religion and law. –– London : Routledge, 2014. –– 232 p.
12.    Schleicher, AndreasEquity, excellence and inclusiveness in education: policy lessons from around the world. –– Paris : OECD, 2014.–– 108 p.
13.    Vincent-Lancrin, StéphanMeasuring innovation in education : a new perspective. –– Paris : OECD, 2014.–– 331 p.


2013 год


1. Black, Derek W., Education law : equality, fairness, and reform. New York : Wolters Kluwer Law & Business. 2013.

2. Kaplin, William A., The law of higher education : a comprehensive guide to legal implications of administrative decision making. Fifth edition. San Francisco, CA : Jossey-Bass, 2013. 

3. Kaufman, Michael J., Education law, policy, and practice : cases and materials. Third edition. New York : Wolters Kluwer Law & Business. 2013. 1024 p.

4. Lynn, M. and Dixson, A. D., Handbook of critical race theory in education. 2013. 406 p.

5. McCowan, Tristan, Education as a human right : principles for a universal entitlement to learning. London : Bloomsbury Academic, 2013.

6. Newman, Anne, Realizing educational rights : advancing school reform through courts and communities. Chicago ; London : The University of Chicago Press, 2013.

7. Olivas, Michael A., Suing alma mater : higher education and the courts. Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press. 2013. 221 p.

8. Right to education: an accelerator of social transformation and economic development. New Delhi: New Academic Publishers. 2013. 175 p. 

9. Russo, Charles (ed.), Handbook of Comparative Higher Education Law. Rowman and Littlefield Publishing Group (R&L) 2013. 402 p.

10. Salam, Jeebanlata, State, civil society and right to education. Jaipur : Rawat Publications, 2013. 258 p.

11. Superfine, B. M., Equality in education law and policy: 1954 - 2010. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press. 2013. 265 p.

12. Swadener, B., Lundy, L., Habashi, J., Blanchet-Cohen, N. (eds.) Children’s rights and education : international perspectives. New York : Peter Lang. 2013. 268 p.

13. Weber, Mark C., Special education law : cases and materials. Fourth Edition. New Providence, NJ : LexisNexis, 2013. 705 p. 

14. Yousafzai, M., I am Malala: the girl who stood up for education and was shot by the Taliban. First edition Boston: Little Brown and Company. 2013. 327 p.


2012 год


1. Balancing freedom, autonomy and accountability in education volume 3 // C.L. Glenn & J. De Groof (eds.). WLP. 2012. 438 p.

2. Balancing freedom, autonomy and accountability in education volume 4 // Charles L. Glenn, Jan De Groof, Cara Stillings Candal (eds.). WLP. 2012. 312 p.

3. Charles J. Russo. The Law of Public Education, 8th (University Casebooks) 8 ed. Foundation Press. 2012. 1416 p

4. David C. Bloomfield American Public Education Law Primer. Second Edition. Peter Lang, New York. 2012. 193 p.

5. Dr. John Dayton. Education Law: Principles, Policies & Practice. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 2012. 480 p.

6. Dympna Glendennin. Education and the Law: A Guide to Irish Law (Second Edition). Bloomsbury Professional. 2012. 944 p.

7. Education reform: from rhetoric to reality . Gerald Galway and David Dibbon (ed.). Althouse Press, London, Ont. 2012. 333 p.

8. Education. Christina Fisanick (ed.) Greenhaven Press, Detroit . 2012. 157 p.

9. Educational Development in China: Documents of Laws and Regulations [Kindle Edition]. National People's Congress (Author), Luc Guo (ed.). Intercultural Press. 2012. 190 p. (Print Length)

10. Educational Policy in an International Context: Political Culture and Its Effects (Education Policy). Karen Seashore Louis (ed.), Boudewijn van Velzen (ed.). Palgrave Macmillan. 2012. 272 p.

11. George A. Giuliani. The Comprehensive Guide to Special Education Law: Answering Over 400 Frequently Asked Questions and Answers Every Educator Needs to Know about the Leg . London: Jesscia Kingsley. 2012. 315 pages

12. Higher Education Regionalization in Asia Pacific: Implications for Governance, Citizenship and University Transformation (International and Development Education). John N. Hawkins (ed.), Ka Ho Mok (ed.), Deane E. Neubauer (ed.) Palgrave Macmillan. 2012. 232 p.

13. Kern Alexander, M. David Alexander American public school law 8th ed. Wadsworth Cengage Learning in Belmont, CA . 2012. 1136 p.

14. Law and Ethics in Educational Leadership (2nd Edition) (Allyn & Bacon Educational Leadership). Pearson. 2012. 320 p.

15. Margaret Thornton. Privatising the Public University: The Case of Law. Routledge. 2012.

16. Mark G. Yudof ... [et al.].Educational policy and the law 5th ed. Wadsworth Cengage Learning in Belmont, Calif. 2012. 1018 p.

17. Michael A. Olivas. Suing Alma Mater: Higher Education and the Courts. The Johns Hopkins University Press. 2012. 240 p.

18. Nathan L. Essex. School Law and the Public Schools: A Practical Guide for Educational Leaders (5th Edition) (Allyn & Bacon Educational Leadership) 5 ed. Pearson. 2012. 384 p.

19. Paying the Professoriate. A Global Comparison of Compensation and Contracts / Philip Altbach, Liz Reisberg, Maria Yudkevich, Gregory Androushchak, Ivan Pacheco (eds.). New York: Routledge. 2012. 370 p.

20. Philip T. K. Daniel, E. Gordon Gee, Jeffrey C. Sun , Patrick D. Pauken. Law, Policy, and Higher Education . LexisNexis. 2012. 2275 p.

21. Reforming Legal Education: Law Schools at the Crossroads (HC) David M. Moss (ed.), Debra Moss Curtis (ed.). Information Age Publishing. 2012. 250 p.

22. Richard McManus. Education and the Courts: Third Edition. Jordan Publishing Limited. 2012.

23. Richard S. Vacca Law and Education: Contemporary Issues and Court Decisions, Eighth Edition. LexisNexis. 2012. 325 p.

24. Robert Palestini, Karen Palestini Falk. Law and American Education: A Case Brief Approach. 3rd Edition. R&L Education. 2012. 138 p.

25. School Law (Debating Issues in American Education: A SAGE Reference Set).Charles J. Russo. (ed.) SAGE Publications, Inc. 2012. 384 p.

26. Stuart Biegel. Education and the Law, 3rd ed. Thomson/West in St. Paul, MN. 2012. 1056 p.

27. Tennessee Education Laws Annotated w/eBook. Publisher's Editorial Staff (auth.). LEXISNEXIS. 974 p.

28. The Best 168 Law Schools, 2013 Edition (Graduate School Admissions Guides). Princeton Review. 2012. 496 p.

29. The Education Laws of Wyoming Annotated. LEXISNEXIS. 2012. 699 p.

30. The Law of Higher Education. 2rd ed. Dennis Farrington (ed.), David Palfreyman (ed.) OUP Oxford. 2012. 816 p.

31. The Yearbook of Education Law 2012. Charles J. Russo (ed.). Education Law Assn. 2012. 396 p.

32. Vivien Stewart. A World-Class Education: Learning from International Models of Excellence and Innovation. Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development. 2012. 191 p.


2011 год


1. Assessing sector performance and inequality in education / Emilio Porta [et al.]. Washington: World bank, cop. 2011. 192 p.

2. Balancing freedom, autonomy and accountability in education volume 4. Charles L. Glenn, Jan De Groof, Cara Stillings Candal (eds.). Wolf Legal Publishers. Nijmegen, the Netherlands. 2011. 312 p.

3. Comparative education review: the official organ of the Comparative education society. Chicago, Ill. Univ. of Chicago press, 2011.

4. Cross-border partnerships in higher education: strategies and issues / ed. by Robin Sakamoto a. David W. Chapman. New York; London: Routledge, 2011. 285 p.

5. Education at a glance: OECD indicators. Paris: OECD. 2011.

6. Education research and perspectives. Nedlands, W. A.: Graduate school of education in the Univ. of Western Australia. 2011.

7. Educational evaluation and policy analysis: a quarterly published of the American educational research association. Washington: American educational research association; Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE. 2011.

8. Educational policy: an interdisciplinary journal of policy and practice. Thousand Oaks, Ca.: Corwin press. 2011.

9. Educational studies and documents. Paris: UNESCO. 2011.

10. EU higher education law: the Bologna Process and harmonization by stealth / Sacha Garben. Alphen aan den Rijn, The Netherlands: Kluwer Law International; Frederick, MD: Sold and distributed in North, Central and South America by Aspen Publishers, 2011. 274 p.

11. Foundations of higher education law and policy: basic legal rules, concepts and principles for student affairs / Peter F. Lake. Washington, DC: National Association of Student Person, 2011.

12. Handbook of special education / edited by James M. Kauffman, Daniel P. Hallahan. New York: Routledge, 2011. 810 p.

13. Higher education law: policy and perspectives / Klinton W. Alexander, Kern Alexander. New York, NY: Routledge, 2011. 729 p.

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