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|Title:||Supervision of students: An exploratory comparative analysis|
|Citation:||International Journal of Law and Education, 2004; 9(1):41-70|
|Publisher:||Australian & New Zealand Journal of Law & Education|
|Paul Babie, Charles J. Russo, Greg M. Dickinson|
|Abstract:||A major challenge confronting educators throughout the world is maintaining safe learning environments for students. When difficulties arise in the area of what is commonly referred to as negligence, school officials may face years of lengthy, and costly, litigation. In light of their shared British common law system of law, this article reviews the law of negligence in Australia, the United States, and Canada. After examining the elements of negligence in all three of these Nations, the article offers a brief analysis of the similarities with regard to how negligence applies in the three countries.|
|Appears in Collections:||Aurora harvest 6|
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