Education, as the cornerstone of societal development and personal growth, develops the brains of future generations and provides the means for individual and societal success. The seemingly unconnected subjects of finance and education influence the quality, accessibility, and sustainability of educational institutions and systems worldwide. Education law and finance policy, which create the environment where educational institutions operate and students learn, are the foundations of this intricate interaction. This study begins a full exploration of these critical issues by focusing on the intricacies of educational laws governing employment practices in educational settings and the parallel framework of laws and policies managing the distribution and administration of financial resources.
- Jacob, S., Decker, D. M., Lugg, E. T., & Diamond, E. L. (2022). Ethics and law for school psychologists. John Wiley & Sons. https://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en&as_sdt=0%2C5&as_ylo=2019&q=Jacob%2C+S.%2C+Decker%2C+D.+M.%2C+Lugg%2C+E.+T.%2C+%26+Diamond%2C+E.+L.+%282022%29.+Ethics+and+law+for+school+psychologists.+John+Wiley+%26+Sons.&btnG=
This book comprehensively reviews the moral and legal challenges that school psychologists face daily. It covers various topics concerning educational legislation that governs employment practices in educational settings, such as special education regulations, student rights, and confidentiality and privacy concerns. The book also delves into the moral quandaries that school psychologists may encounter and offers suggestions on resolving them within the confines of applicable laws and regulations. Moreover, the resource highlights the importance of ethical and legal compliance in educational settings, making it beneficial for educators, school psychologists, and anyone working in education. This invaluable resource is useful for the study as it emphasizes the importance of adhering to legal standards while navigating the usually difficult terrain of educational settings. This is accomplished by examining the intricate tapestry of ethical difficulties and legal considerations that school psychologists face.
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The main topics of this article are the representation and retention of women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) occupations in higher education. It investigates successful techniques for attracting, admitting, and retaining women in STEM programs. This source is significant is the study of educational laws because it provides insight into the gender equity element of educational policies and practices. It underlines the importance of creating friendly learning environments and laws that promote diversity and gender equality in STEM disciplines. This study reveals that, while educational policies may not expressly address gender parity, they do indirectly impact how women’s STEM-related careers are shaped.
- Tang, C., Irfan, M., Razzaq, A., & Dagar, V. (2022). Natural resources and financial development: Role of business regulations in testing the resource-curse hypothesis in ASEAN countries. Resources Policy, 76, 102612. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0301420722000617
This study investigates the relationship between a wealth of natural resources and financial development, focusing on ASEAN nations. It investigates the “resource curse” theory and how business practices can mitigate or worsen resource abundance’s negative effects on economic growth. This source is noteworthy because it underscores the importance of regulatory frameworks in shaping economic results. This is due to the fact that it underlines the significance of sound laws and rules to ensure long-term financial development in resource-rich countries, which may indirectly impact education spending. This element considerably impacts educational institution finance and resource distribution, emphasizing the significance of solid financial policies to support long-term educational systems.
- Zetzsche, D. A., Arner, D. W., & Buckley, R. P. (2020). Decentralized finance (defi). Journal of Financial Regulation, 6, 172-203. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/Papers.cfm?abstract_id=3539194
This journal article investigates the concept of decentralized finance (DeFi) and its implications for the financial industry. It discusses how DeFi operates outside of traditional financial intermediaries and regulatory frameworks and how this can significantly impact financial regulations and laws. This article is useful and significant because it illustrates how the financial industry is always changing and how regulations must alter to keep up with new financial developments. This adaptability has consequences for financial resource management and allocation, which may impact educational institution finance.
Traversing the intricate web of educational laws and financial policies unravels the symbiosis between the domains. The paper offers a comprehensive understanding of the pivotal role the legal and policy frameworks play in shaping the allocation of financial resources and educational landscape.