Tag Archives: Schools

Beyond Sports and Sex Part 4: When Does Title IX Apply to Religious Schools?

In this series, I look at some of the protections afforded by Title IX that have not gotten as much attention in the media or political arena as have Title IX’s applications to equity in athletics and campus sexual assault. … Continue reading

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Deep Dive into Experiential Education in U.S. Law Schools

In May 2017, Eduardo Capulong (Montana) moderated a lunch presentation at the AALS Clinic Directors Conference on the new experiential education requirement found in ABA Standard 303, which requires one or more experiential courses totaling at least six credit hours.  … Continue reading

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Public Schools Seeking Compensation for Defective Artificial Turf Fields by FieldTurf

All across the country, sporting organizations and schools have watched as their pricey artificial turf fields deteriorate at a remarkably fast rate. FieldTurf is the leading manufacturer of artificial turf fields and has sold hundreds of possibly defective products to … Continue reading

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Nursing Degree Applications

The nursing profession has been all around for an extremely extensive time. It is a career that is thought to be additional of a calling than just a profession. It’s also deemed a quite noble profession that has never ever … Continue reading

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Internet blocking in schools: not such a good idea, it turns out

Despite being published in 2010, I somehow managed to miss until now these remarkably sensible research findings from Ofsted on internet blocking in schools: Restricting pupils' access to websites may actually impair their judgement, making them more "vulnerable" to paedophiles … Continue reading

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