The Relationship between Law and Public School Education


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The Relationship between Law and Public School Education
The relationship between law and the public school education system has primarily been in the realm of fundamental rights and constitutional law. Justice Louis LeBel in his essay, “Supreme Court of Canada Case Law Regarding Fundamental Rights in Education” examines the role of constitutional law in the area of education. As Justice LeBel observes, the application of constitutional law in educational institutions can be applied in the following categories: (1) minority language education rights; (2) denominational rights and the effect of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms; (3) freedom of religion and reconciling that right with equality rights; (4) freedom of...
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