Avoiding Discrimination Lawsuits Relating to the Human Resource Policies of Public Schools

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Avoiding Discrimination Lawsuits Relating to the Human Resource Policies of Public Schools
Public school teachers in the United States have a number of rights at both the federal and state level pertaining to their employment, including certain freedoms, prohibition against discrimination and significant protections against dismissal from their position (“Learning Lessons,” 2011). Nevertheless, lawsuits based on allegations that one or more of these rights have been violated are not uncommon. This paper suggests that, for the most part, exposure to such lawsuits is preventable from the point of view of the public schools, provided that they establish and follow appropriate human resource policies.
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.....itute an abuse of academic freedom e.g. pursing a personal or political agenda. 2. Discuss concerns about abuses of academic freedom with the teacher in question.
In summary, to avoid a discrimination lawsuit, public schools should train, document, communicate, and exercise common sense in administering their human resource policies.
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