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1 Credit EDUC 591: Public Education & the Supreme Court

Posted on January 14, 2019 | Filed under Archive

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Join us for a 1-credit course focused on how Supreme Court decisions have impacted public education. Our core text is “The Schoolhouse Gate” by Professor Justin Driver (University of Chicago Law School), provided free to enrolled students. Entitled “Public Education and the Supreme Court,” the course includes the special opportunity to discuss these issues with Professor Driver and to hear his public lecture when he visits Allegheny in April. Professors Jennifer Foreman, Rachel Weir, and Susan Slote will team-teach the course. EDUC 591 is offered on a CR/NC basis and counts as 10 Law & Policy points. There are no prerequisites. We will meet on the following dates from 3 to 4:15 p.m. in Odd Fellows 203: January 17, January 31, February 14, February 28, March 28, April 11, April 16 (at 7 p.m.)–Visit and Lecture, Professor Justin Driver; April 30–Final project presentation, Richard Cook-Terri Lahti Research Symposium. For questions or to register, please contact Susan Slote ( Registration will be by add card. The course is limited to 15 students.