A Comparative Analysis of the Rights of Students in Elementary and Secondary Schools
As the fifth book in a series of volumes on comparative legal issues in education (the others were on the rights of students, teachers, children with disabilities, and the status of higher education), then, this book focuses on issues in elementary or primary and secondary education so as to offer guidance to educational and legislative leaders in other nations. As reflected in the attached chapter outline, the book will include original chapters that have not been previously published, addressing legal issues in no less than a fifteen countries on all six inhabited continents. Although all chapters will follow the same template so that similarities and differences can be compared, authors are free to add information as they see fit. All of the chapter authors are leading academicians in the home countries and have contributed to other volumes in this series. As such, there is strong continuity from one volume to the next.