Texas Bar Journal
October 2011 | Volume 74, No. 9
As part of State Bar President Bob Black's initiative on civics education, the State Bar Law-Related Education Department debuts a new online resource for Texas students and teachers — Oyez, Oyez, Oh Yay! Civics Resources for Texas Students and Teachers. PAGE 814. In addition, the many aspects of school law are examined, including the high-profile issue of school finance. PAGE 816.
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Oyez, Oh Yay! Civics Resources for Texas Students and Teachers
By Judy L. Marchman
- 818 School
Finance: An Overview
By J. David Thompson
- 822 School
Law Legislative Update
By Lonnie F. Hollingsworth, Jr.
- 826 Students
and Social Networking
By Lynn Rossi Scott
- 830 What
Lawyers Need to Know About Special Education Law
By Jim Walsh
- 834 Electronic
Communication and Open Government: Big Brother Is Being Watched
By Mark C. Goulet
- 838 The
Education of Undocumented Children
By Leticia D. McGowan
- 842 The
New Marketplace of Ideas: School Choice and the Future of Public
By Joy Baskin
Firm: Ten Reasons to Adopt Cloud Computing for Your Law Office
By Jack Newton
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