Wednesday, April 23, 2014

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Evaluating Mental Health Needs in Light of Safety and Security Concerns, Authored By: Séamus Boyce and Andrew Manna, Date Published: 10/11/2013, Page Count: 22, Product#: 285650
Educators, school board members, and school attorneys occupy a unique position when it comes to identifying and addressing mental health needs of students and employees. This paper explores the safety and security concerns surrounding mental health disorders. Readers will learn about state and federal resources, current case law on student residential placement, and ADA and FMLA compliance requirements.
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Inquiry & Analysis, February 2008, Authored By: COSA, Date Published: 2/5/2008, Product#: 261167
In this issue: AEDs: Now or Later?, Sex Offender Registry Laws and School Boards, and more.
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Inquiry & Analysis, August 2006, Authored By: COSA, Date Published: 7/24/2006, Page Count: 8, Product#: 38804
In this issue: Supreme Court Update, Controlling Health Care Costs with Health Savings Accounts, and more.
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Inquiry & Analysis, June 2005, Authored By: COSA, Date Published: 6/15/2005, Page Count: 8, Product#: 36132
In this issue: students and diabetes, Highly-Qualified Teachers provision, and more.
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Inquiry & Analysis, June 2006, Authored By: COSA, Date Published: 6/8/2006, Page Count: 8, Product#: 38605
In this issue: GASB 45 for School Attorneys, Preparing for Pandemic Flu, Federal Rules of Appelate Procedure, and more.
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Inquiry & Analysis, May 2006, Authored By: COSA, Date Published: 4/27/2006, Page Count: 8, Product#: 38352
In this issue: School Attorneys as Gatekeepers, DOL Issues Opinion Letters on School District Volunteers and Substitute Teachers, Deadline for Adopting a Wellness Policy Approaching, and more.
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School Law Practice: Concussions Avoiding Lawsuits Through Policy (Volume 5, Number 3, September 2011), Authored By: Danielle Morello, Date Published: 9/15/2011, Page Count: 14, Product#: 280095
School districts can be liable when students suffer concussions in the school context. This article discusses potential legal liability and defenses to claims and school district’s obligations to accommodate concussed students under Section 504. It also discusses key elements of a concussion policy including return to play standards.
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