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Managing Legal Risks in Early Childhood Programs: How to Prevent Flare-Ups from Becoming Lawsuits


reviewed by Megan Hallissey & Saran Donahoo — August 01, 2013

coverTitle: Managing Legal Risks in Early Childhood Programs: How to Prevent Flare-Ups from Becoming Lawsuits
Author(s): Holly Elissa Bruno & Tom Copeland
Publisher: Teachers College Press, New York
ISBN: 0807753777, Pages: 192, Year: 2012
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: August 01, 2013
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17200, Date Accessed: 12/15/2017 10:35:13 PM

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  • Megan Hallissey
    Northwestern University
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    MEGAN HALLISSEY earned her degree from Northwestern University, and is current working on her Ph.D. in Educational Administration with a focus on Early Childhood. Her work evaluates school leaders’ knowledge of early childhood with emphasis grade levels K-3rd, and identifies the need to reevaluate the ways that public education supports early childhood learning. She served as a speaker at the annual convention for the National Association for Elementary School Principals in July 2013. Megan currently teaches Guiding Play as a Learning Medium, and Administration of Early Childhood and Family Programs at Southern Illinois University. In support of creating authentic learning experiences, Megan has received several grants including support from Special Olympics and the Island School Council of the Arts.
  • Saran Donahoo

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    Saran Donahoo is an Associate Professor in the Department of Educational Administration and Higher Education and the Director of the College Student Personnel Program. She earned both her doctorate and her M. A. at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She completed her B. A. in secondary education at the University of Arizona. Her published works include three co-edited books and articles in Teachers College Record, Equity & Excellence in Education, Christian Higher Education, Urban Education, and Education and Urban Society as well as an array of book chapters. Additionally, she has also served as the Associate Editor for Media Reviews for the Journal of Student Affairs Research & Practice. Her honors including receiving the Joyce Cain Award for Distinguished Research on African Descendants from the Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) and the AERA Division J Outstanding Publication Award.
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