Zorach v. Clauson 15-11-2011, 14:09

A 1952 United StatesSupreme Court decision that upheld a NewYork law permitting public schools to releasestudents to attend religious instruction thattook place outside public school grounds anddid not require public financial support.

Zoological garden 15-11-2011, 14:05

A nonacademic educative institution that displays live animals for public enjoyment, education, conservation, research and, often, for profit, depending on the financial status of the institution.

Zero tolerance 15-11-2011, 14:02

A nonnegotiable policy at elementary or high schools whereby a student caught violating specific rules, regardless of any extenuating circumstances, is automatically suspended or expelled from school.

Zero reject 15-11-2011, 13:58

A concept derived from the federal Education for All Handicapped Children Act of 1975 and subsequent court decisions requiring public school districts to provide all handicapped children with free, appropriate education.

Zero-based budgeting 15-11-2011, 13:57

A system of planning annual spending that disregards previous spending levels and creates each year’s new budget from a base of zero.

Zelman v. Simmons-Harris 14-11-2011, 15:46

A 5-4 United States Supreme Court decision in 2002 that the SCHOOL VOUCHER program in Cleveland, Ohio, was constitutional.