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Education Law and Policy Institute Forum

VOLUME 2014
THE LOYOLA UNIVERSITY CHICAGO
EDUCATION LAW AND POLICY INSTITUTE FORUM

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  1. Online Bullying Doesn’t Stop At The Schoolhouse Gates: Schools, Cyberbullying, and Restorative Justice
    by: Joan A. Akalaonu
  2. Tennessee Promise: Why Tennessee is making community colleges free and why Illinois should do the same
    by: Amy Broglioli
  3. Getting to the Core: Examining the Opposition to the Common Core Standards and the Potential for Successful Reform
    by: Matt Brothers
  4. Eliminating Schools as a Point of Entry into the Juvenile Justice System
    by: Calli Leigh Burnett
  5. Substantial Disruption: An Inside Look at Cyberbullying and First Amendment Rights in Public Schools
    by: Robert Castle
  6. Housing Policy Meets Education Policy: How Education Choice Policies Exacerbate the Need for Integrated and Healthy Housing
    by: Emily Coffey
  7. Prioritizing Transition Plans: Small Changes That Will Yield Large Benefits
    by: Margaret Condit
  8. How to Reform School Financing in Illinois
    by: Daniel Davis
  9. Protecting the Learning Environment Against Cyber bullies: The Need for Federal and State Action
    by: Magda Derisma
  10. Cyberbullying: School Administrations Stuck Between a Rock and Cyberspace
    by: Amelia Canham Eaton
  11. Enhancing Youths’ Ability to Learn: Addressing Exposure to Violence through Yoga in Public Schools
    by: Amy Gilbert
  12. Making School Districts Follow the Rules: The Role of Courts in Reviewing School Closing Decisions
    by: Katherine Gladson
  13. The BENCHmark of Education: State Courts’ Responsibility to Effectively Mandate Constitutional Educational Funding
    by: Adam Goldman
  14. A Little Extra: The hidden success behind extracurricular involvement and availability in less affluent schools
    by: Kevin Griffin
  15. Response to Intervention
    by: Bradley Hamblock
  16. Social Impact Bonds: An explanation, an application, and cautions.
    by: Margaret Hansbrough
  17. Illinois Need For a Model Bullying Policy
    by: Deanna Hoyt
  18. The Treatment of the “Model Minority” as a Monolithic Ethnic Group: The Reason Why Affirmative Action is Causing Problems for Asian Americans
    by: Sarah Jin
  19. Becoming an Educational Superpower: Obama’s Overhaul of No Child Left Behind and Its Potential For Success
    by: Maggie Jones
  20. Homeschool v. Public School: The Battle for Access to Public School Athletics
    by: Shane Keane
  21. Bullying In Schools: The Challenges of Creating Administrative Accountability in the School Setting
    by: Emily Kesler
  22. The 2013 Chicago Public School Closures: An Illustration of Resegregation
    by: John Klinker
  23. VALUING THE "STUDENT" IN "STUDENT-ATHLETE"
    by: Joanne M. Krol
  24. The Importance of Diversity in Primary and Secondary School
    by: Sarah Kroll
  25. Lane v. Franks: Public Employee Testimony and the First Amendment
    by: Michael Lorden
  26. “B is for ‘Bang, Bang’” An Analytical Look at Gun Violence in Schools and Proposals for Change
    by: Keemya Maghsoudi
  27. Single-Sex Education: Is it enough?
    by: Katherine Oswald
  28. Child Left Behind: The Reality of Special Education for Youth in Detention Facilities
    by: Rupa Ramadurai
  29. Homeschooling: A Restriction on Socialization for Children
    by: Ashleigh Ricardo 
  30. Keep Students off the School-to-Prison Pipeline: Replace Zero-Tolerance Policies with Restorative Justice Practices
    by: Theresa Schmall
  31. Here to Stay: A Place for Special Education in Illinois Charter Schools
    by: Laura Smith
  32. In Search of a Lasting Solution: Breitenfeld v. School District of Clayton and the Future of the Missouri Transfer Crisis in St. Louis
    by: Abraham J. Souza
  33. TECHNOLOGY IN THE CLASSROOM: A LOOK AT THE POSITIVE WAYS TECHNOLOGY CAN INFLUENCE CHILDREN’S EDUCATION
    by: Samantha Voss
  34. Teachers Can Be Bullies, Too
    by: Elizabeth Youakim

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