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23 Things a School Attorney Really Needs to Know, Authored By: A. Dean Pickett, Date Published: 10/14/2010 11:27:15 AM, Page Count: 6, Product#: 277270
Presented at the Council’s 2010 School Law Practice Seminar, this paper covers twenty three things the new school attorney needs to know or an update for the seasoned practitioner.
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24 Things a School Attorney Really Needs to Know , Authored By: Dean Pickett, Date Published: 10/14/2012, Page Count: 6, Product#: 281018
For new school law attorneys or a refresher for seasoned attorneys.
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A “Mini” School Law Boot Camp: Employee Rights, Authored By: Morgan Godfrey and Shamus O’Meara, Date Published: 11/19/2009 9:31:41 AM, Page Count: 33, Product#: 274237
This article examines the historical rights of public employees under the United States Constitution and selected federal laws, together with developments in case law and federal laws affecting public employee rights. Employees' due process rights are not examined. In addition, state laws are not examined.
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A “Mini” School Law Boot Camp: School Board Authority, Authored By: Elizabeth Kaleva, Date Published: 11/19/2009 9:39:40 AM, Page Count: 30, Product#: 274240
Public education is a state function. However, with a few states as exceptions, local school boards control it. The authority of school boards is derived from state constitutional, statutory, and/or administrative provisions. The specific scope of authority, as well as potential liability, is defined through statute, administrative regulations, and case law. In addition to specific state and federal statutes relating to education, school boards are also subject to laws governing public bodies, such as open meetings requirements.
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A Board Policy Conundrum: Can Board Policy Create Liability?, Authored By: David R. Day and Seamus P. Boyce, Date Published: 4/29/2008, Page Count: 16, Product#: 262384
School boards make polices; administrators implement policy. How often have we thought about the impact of those policies on the school district that does not follow its own policies? What about claims by third parties that they have been injured due to the policy’s violations? Can board policies create liability where it might not otherwise exist? This article discusses the major liability concerns that may arise from the creation of board policies.
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A View from the Federal Appellate Docket: A Snapshot of Cases Impacting Public Schools, Authored By: Francisco Negron, Date Published: 10/30/2008, Page Count: 23, Product#: 270922
A snapshot of the federal school law appellate docket. This article was presented at the 2008 School Law Practice Seminar.
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Accommodation of School Employee Religious Expression and Practices, Authored By: Stacey V. Reese, Date Published: 5/12/2008, Page Count: 14, Product#: 262512
Public school employees may attempt to express their views about religious matters or seek religious accommodations. Each of these areas creates difficult yet interesting questions for school districts and their lawyers.
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Accommodation of Student Religious Expression and Practices, Authored By: Cullen B. Casey, Date Published: 5/12/2008, Page Count: 15, Product#: 262510
This chapter examines the constitutional principles that apply when schools adopt policies and practices that affect students’ expression of their religious beliefs and their participation in religious activities. It also discusses school district practices that may offend students’ religious beliefs.
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Across the Border and Into the Classroom: Legal Issues Affecting the Education of Immigrant Students and English Language Learners, Authored By: John W. Borkowski and Maree Sneed, Date Published: 10/30/2008, Page Count: 21, Product#: 270926
As a result of the explosive growth both in the Nation’s immigrant population as a whole and particularly in the number of students speaking languages other than English as their first language, school districts increasingly will face educational, political and legal challenges related to immigrant students in their schools and to the needs of English language learners (“ELL”) whether or not they are immigrants. This article was presented at the 2008 School Law Practice Seminar.
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Alternatives to Seniority-Based Layoffs: Trends and Strategies, Authored By: Frederick L. Dorsey and Daniel P. Murphy, Date Published: 10/14/2010 11:19:20 AM, Page Count: 8, Product#: 277266
Presented at the Council’s 2010 School law Practice Seminar, this paper addresses criteria, teacher evaluations including disciplinary incidents, performance, disciplinary actions, special offenses and what to include and what not to include in evaluations.
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