35 J.L. & Educ. [i] (2006)

handle is hein.journals/jle35 and id is 1 raw text is: JOURNAL OF LAW & EDUCATION
VOLUME 35   NUMBER 1    JANUARY 2006
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
Constitutional Issues When Testing Students for Drug Use, A Special
Exception, and  Telltale  Metaphors  ............................. 1
Ronald T Hyman
Highly Qualified Special Educators and the Provision of a Free
Appropriate Public Education to Students with Disabilities ........... 29
J. Matt Jameson and Dixie S. Huefner
COUNTERPOINT
Toying  w ith  G od?  ........................................ 51
Perny A. Zirkel
A Response to David Toy: It's 'Under God,' for God's Sake! ........ 53
Michael Newdow
EDUCATION LAW RESEARCH
Using the Law Library: A Guide for Educators Part VI:
Working with Judicial Opinions and Other Primary Sources .......... 67
William A. Hilyerd
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE LAW
Supreme  Court Review  .................................... 89
Primary  and  Secondary  Education  ............................ 92
Universities  and  Other Institutions  ........................... 111
LAW  REVIEW   DIGESTS  ..................................... 117
CHALK TALK
A Student-Centered Balancing Test: When Strip Searches Cross
the  Constitutional Line  .................................... 133
Maria Altmann
Entity Liability for Teacher-on-Student Sexual Harassment: Could
State Law Offer Greater Protection Than Federal Statutes? ......... 141
Dona G. Hamilton and Eric D. Bentley

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