Mar 22, 2012 ... In this article we will discuss both the general rule of and the narrow exceptions
to what we hereinafter refer to as "the educational malpractice ...
Courts generally reject educational malpractice claims for one of three reasons.
First, it is very difficult to define the duty to educate, a necessary predicate for ...
Oct 3, 1977 ... of suit has developed, the suit for educational malpractice.' The action is brought
.... The courts must recognize and define the obli- gation of the ...
failure of the educational malpractice theory as applied in the current case law.
..... reluctant to intervene absent gross violations of clearly defined public pol- icy.
The court also stated it could not allow educational malpractice suits to proceed
... beyond a definition of preparation to define the quality of teaching practice?
Mar 4, 2014 ... Stijepko Tokic, Rethinking Educational Malpractice: Are Educators Rock Stars?,
.... “fitness for purpose” is the most appropriate definition of.
New Life for Educational Malpractice: Decades of Policy Revisited. Hope Gray.
Loyola University Chicago. Childlaw and Education Institute Forum. Spring 2010
Jul 1, 1991 ... 2 See Funston, Educational Malpractice: A Cause of Action in Search .....
Malpractice is defined as professional misconduct, unreasonable lack ...
or “educational malpractice” cases), the author's prediction regarding the 1990's
failed to materialize ... (Black's Law Dictionary, 1999) Within the context of public.
were the courts to give educational malpractice the same credence granted to ....
In public institutions, authority is defined in public statutes or documents, and ...