ELC-741 Ethics, Education, and Law
4 semester credits
Educational law and morality. This course examines theories of law and its relationship to social and ethical values. Students explore how leaders can help others working through moral dilemmas associated with the law.
Additional Information for CCL Concentration students: Activities will provide a comprehensive survey of the legal problems and issues that confront community college education administrators including case studies and the subtlety and richness of the law itself and when to consult counsel. The important concepts and principles of education law and courts decisions and the likelihood of litigation or error in professional practice with its effect on the organization including how to draft college policy in a legally appropriate manner that complies with federal and state laws. Activities will include reviewing existing community college policies and practices to determine their enforceability and permissibility.
Delivery Method: Online
Grading Default: Letter
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