For the past three decades, Charlie Russo has traveled the world offering an American perspective on education law and developing an encyclopedic knowledge of the countries he visited. With this multi-volume collection, Charlie and contributors draw on local experts to present one of the most comprehensive overviews of the education law throughout the globe. For those lawyers and educational policy makers who wish to learn from the experience of other nations, this collection is indispensable.
In this first book of its kind, Russo and contributors examines the legal issues in education that impact teachers and students in Ireland, the Netherlands, Poland, Russia, and Spain, while also analyzing other emerging topics related to safety and technology. Together, the education law systems in these five nations allow for interesting analyses, with the hope to enhance a common understanding of the status of K-12 education throughout the world.