2009 BYU Educ. & L.J. [i] (2009)

handle is hein.journals/byuelj2009 and id is 1 raw text is: BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY
EDUCATION AND LAW JOURNAL
Volume 2009                                      Number 1
Articles
Student Speech in Public Schools: A Comprehensive
Analytical Framework Based on the Role of Public Schools
in Democratic Education
C urtis  G . B entley  ................................................................ 1
Incorporating Fourth Amendment Standards in a Model
Policy for School Officials Use of Force to Restrain &
Detain Students
Sean  Croston  ...............................................................  39
Morals Clauses for Educators in Secondary and
Postsecondary Schools: Legal Applications and
Constitutional Concerns
Marka B. Fleming, Amanda Harmon-Cooley,
Gwendolyn McFadden-Wade ........................................ 67
Cooperative Federalism Post-Schaffer: The Burden of Proof
and Preemption in Special Education
Lara  Gelbwasser Freed  .................................................. 103
The Rights of Parentally-Placed Private School Students
Under the Individuals with Disabilities Education
Improvement Act of 2004 and the Need for Legislative
Reform
Lew is  M . W asserm an  ..................................................... 131
Notes and Comments
By Reason Thereof: Causation and Eligibility Under the
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
K atherine  M ay  ................................................................ 173

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