Webinar - Student Discipline Hearings: What Administrators Must Know to Run an Effective and Lawful Hearing
All superintendents and principals will confront serious student misconduct at some point in their careers. Administrators need to be certain of what rights students have to attend school, and what steps must occur before removing a student from school.
Schools generate and receive enormous quantities of paper and digital records in the conduct of their normal operations. Organizing, managing and retaining all of these records presents difficult challenges, particularly in light of the complex web of federal/state laws, regulations and court rules that apply.
This full-day program is designed for school employers who want to learn when and how to apply the FMLA, the ADA and their own policies to employee leave issues.
All supervisors are tasked with ensuring that their employees are performing to their potential, and that requires creating an effective workplace where expectations are clear, and employees who are not performing are dealt with clearly and fairly.
Now that the Supreme Court has ruled on what appropriate programming is for complicated children with disabilities, schools must really look hard at the child’s “unique circumstances” in order to develop “appropriately ambitious” programming!
Attend School Law for Board Members and participate in in-depth discussions of employment issues; collective bargaining; student issues; duties of school boards and superintendents; and special education.
This four-day Institute has been designed with busy educators in mind. In a short period of time, the participants will cover materials that would traditionally be taught in a semester-long course.
The School Law Institute is renowned as the most rewarding, useful and enjoyable school law course for educators in Maine.
This intensive four-day Institute is designed with busy administrators in mind. In a short period of time, participants will cover materials traditionally taught in a semester-long course.