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Educational Malpractice

Malpractice can also occur in the field of education.  Educational malpractice happens when a school system fails to teach every student the basic tenants of the coursework being covered.

Most States have put in place accountability systems and the federal government has its 'no child left behind' program.  however, these systems and programs don't always work.  Today, children are graduating from high school without having adequate reading, writing and math skills.  In other professions, the practitioners would be guilty of malpractice and held responsible in a court of law.  Unfortunately, teachers and school system, while having been educated and licensed as professionals, have been mostly immune from educational malpractice accountability.

In cases brought against teachers, school systems and boards of education for educational malpractice, courts have ruled that educational injury is not covered by statute or the cause of the student's deficiency cannot be determined.

Educational professionals should be held accountable for injury to students who are evaluated and passed but didn't gain a reasonable amount of knowledge concerning the course subject.  Educational malpractice occurs and is ignored during nearly every public school graduating class.

 

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NECO Urges Parents To Stop Aiding And Abetting Exam Malpractice Vanguard
Vanguard NECO urges parents to stop aiding and abetting exam malpractice Vanguard The National Examination Council NECO has urged parents to stop aiding and abetting examination malpractice as it is the major cause of corruption in the country. Prof. Charles Uwakwe, Registrar of the council said this in Abuja on Thursday at the and more raquo

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NonDoc Continuous calendar: Keep the method, not the madness NonDoc Rework testing, or rework the schedule When I entered the classroom in the 1990s, low stakes testing didn39t undermine the quality of instruction, and it wasted virtually no class time. After No Child Left Behind, new high stakes testing mandates cost

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Times of India Aadhaar data out of closet, educational institutes guilty of leak Times of India HYDERABAD: In a crucial data leak that brings to fore questions on the security of Aadhaar details, it was found that six colleges and schools in the city revealed the names and Unique Identification numbers of their students on their websites. The Complete Aadhaar seeding by Dec 31, Hry Chief Secy tells banksIndia.com all 102 news articles raquo

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