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19801
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Johansen summarizes recent cases and opinions that directly affect North Carolina.
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19806
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This bulletin explains how the North Carolina public records law applies to bids and proposals submitted to local governments and when and how those bids and proposals may be disclosed to the public.
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School Law Bulletin (NoCar K 23 C33), Vol. 39 Issue 4, Fall 2008, p13-19, f
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19807
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Johansen summarizes recent court cases and opinions that directly affect North Carolina.
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10253
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Mesibov and Joyce discuss educational legislation of the 2007 North Carolina General Assembly, including appropriations; enrollment and attendance; student issues that include students with disabilities, suspensions, and reassignment appeals; and miscellaneous legislation, including school funding disputes.
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10255
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McColl presents options boards of education and superintendent candidates may consider in negotiating employment contracts. Sample provisions from North Carolina contracts are included.
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10254
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Joyce discusses the 2007 North Carolina General Assembly's legislation as it applies to appropriations and salaries, student relationships and financial aid, and university and community college governance.
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8850
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Mesibov and Johansen describe state and local government responsibilities for public education governance, funding, and school reform in North Carolina. Among the topics discussed are the North Carolina educational system from 1776 to the 1930s; fiscal reforms of 1931 and 1933; current governance of public schools; current system of school finance; the school budget and fiscal control act; county responsibilities; and school reform efforts.
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School Law Bulletin (NoCar K 23 C33), Vol. 37 Issue 1, Winter 2006, p1-29, il, f
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9429
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After several lean years of funding for the University of North Carolina and Community College systems, the 2006 General Assembly increased funding for the UNC System by 12 percent and the Community College System by 15 percent. Joyce discusses the assembly's actions as they apply to appropriations and salaries, student relationships and financial aid, and university and community college governance.
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9430
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Mesibov and Joyce discuss educational legislation of the 2006 North Carolina General Assembly, including appropriations; student issues that include students with disabilities, pregnant and parenting students, and the schoolchildren's health act; and miscellaneous legislation, including More At Four and Office of School Readiness.
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9528
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Amended Title IX regulations allow local education agencies to establish single-sex classes, extracurricular activities, and schools as long as the excluded sex is offered a substantially comparable educational opportunity. Hurst and Johansen provide analysis of the new U.S. Department of Education regulations addressing the ability of public schools to offer single-sex classrooms and schools.
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9527
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Barger provides information for school administrators, teachers, and state employees about changes in legislation governing returning to work for the state after retirement. The North Carolina General Assembly enacted several changes to statutes governing returning retirees in August 2005.
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7826
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McColl's article uses a question-and-answer format to help school personnel find information to address domestic violence that affects students and the school community. School personnel will deal with domestic violence at some point in their careers, and there is a growing awareness that this type of violence has a detrimental effect on children exposed to it. Among the questions posed are \"How does domestic violence affect schools?\", \"What are Domestic Violence Protective Orders?\", and \"How does domestic violence affect a school's duty to report child abuse or neglect?\".
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7827
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In 2004, three boards of county commissioners and their respective boards of education in Cabarrus, Iredell, and Moore Counties went to mediation to address disputes over county funding of public schools. Coplin and Stephens examine what happened in each case and provide information on this type of mediation since its inception in 1997. Suggestions are offered to help other boards in avoiding this approach to dealing with their budgetary differences.
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School Law Bulletin (NoCar K 23 C33), Vol. 36 Issue 2, Spring 2005, p12-19, f
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7824
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Mesibov and Joyce summarize legislation passed by the 2005 North Carolina General Assembly affecting public education in the state. One of the most important pieces of legislation was the passage of the lottery act and the creation of the Education Lottery Fund. Other legislation included finance, instructional issues, expanding opportunities for students, cooperative efforts to help students, and health issues.
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School Law Bulletin (NoCar K 23 C33), Vol. 36 Issue 3, Summer 2005, p1-13, il
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7825
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Money for higher education remained tight in the 2005 North Carolina General Assembly. There was only a slight rise in funding for the University of North Carolina and Community College systems. Joyce discusses the assembly's actions as they apply to appropriations and salaries, purchasing and contracting, student relationships and financial aid, and university and community college governance.
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School Law Bulletin (NoCar K 23 C33), Vol. 36 Issue 3, Summer 2005, p14-20, f
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