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EDLD 620 - School Law, Public Policy, and the Principal: Home
National School Board Association files more amicus briefs to the Supreme Court each year than all education associations combined.
Finding Articles from Published Journals
The following links will open databases that Millersville University Library subscribes to. If you want to research the subject of your Supreme Court case or the coverage of the case itself in the published periodical literature, you have a few choices. There will be discussion of many cases in the scholarly and trade literature in the field of education, which you can research using the Education Research Complete database. Alternatively, there will also be many general and news publications that have published discussions of the cases and their relevant constitutional issues. For this literature, you can use the Academic Search Complete database to find articles. The Newspapers and Magazines Subject Guide has links to the periodical databases that have older coverage than Education Source and Academic Search Complete.
Full text resource covers scholarly research and information to meet the needs of education students, professionals and policy makers. Includes the world's largest and most complete collection of full-text education journals, and encompasses an international array of English-language periodicals, monographs, yearbooks and more. Covers all levels of education—from early childhood to higher education—as well as all educational specialties, such as multilingual education, health education and testing.
Nearly 300,000 recent and historical and government documents; comprehensive coverage from inception of more than 2,900 law-related periodicals; the entire Congressional Record, Federal Register, and Code of Federal Regulations, complete coverage of the U.S. Reports back to 1754, and entire databases dedicated to treaties, constitutions, case law, world trials, classic treatises, international trade, foreign relations, and U.S. Presidents.
Request full-text articles, chapters/sections of books and conference proceedings. Or look for the green squirrel when you're in a library database to Request It. Articles usually arrive within 2 business days.