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Bear Creek controversy underscores need for more legal undestanding

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2 comments:

  • Michael Arms posted at 10:08 am on Wed, Feb 13, 2013.

    Mike Arms Posts: 7

    PS: my experience in school law courses was that many found the switch from educational thinking to legal thinking difficult. What may make sense in an educational sense didn't always jive with the law. Educators in those classes also seemed to struggle with separation of issues. As you argue, legal education is important these days.

     
  • Michael Arms posted at 8:28 am on Wed, Feb 13, 2013.

    Mike Arms Posts: 7

    Great editorial Steve. I earned an administrative certificate in Oregon, and there were 5 required school law courses. Tinker was emphasized.

     

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