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The author asserts that substantive due process – a fair resolution of the merits of the case – requires that cases and general rules cited by the parties as precedent be re-examined – in the light of the case at hand – for the values they represent.

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An examination of how values – personal or societal conceptions of the way things ought to be – affect arbitrators’ deliberations.

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The author examines the standards for determining “conduct unbecoming a teacher” and opines that the subjectivity of moral standards can be reduced by imposing a requirement for nexus.

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