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Wage and Hour Issues in K-12 Schools: FLSA and Beyond
  • On-demand
Richard Verstegen

Please join attorney Richard Verstegen for a presentation that addresses recent developments and provides insight on how employers should be responding to these developments.

Navigating the Student Organization Legal Minefield: Step-by-Step Guidance
  • On-demand
Dr. James Castagnera

Please join Dr. Jim Castagnera for essential guidance through the minefield that student organizations represent. Legal savvy, cultural sensitivity, and PR/marketing best practices must go hand-in-hand if your student organizations are to be institutional assets rather than explosive litigation and publicity nightmares.

Social Media and Students with Special Needs
  • On-demand
Erin D. Gilsbach

Please join Erin Gilsbach as she discusses student needs and school legal obligations related to student use of social media by students with disabilities. She addresses instances where FAPE under the IDEA and/or Section 504 may require schools to provide additional services and accommodations for students with special needs to help them deal with issues such as cyberbullying, the impact that social media can have on students with social skills deficits, online safety, and student data privacy.

Collaborative Performance Reviews: Managing Higher Ed Faculty and Staff Performance and Rewards
  • On-demand
Dr. James Castagnera

Please join James Ottavio Castagnera, Ph.D. and attorney at law, as he offers a best practice approach to developing, implementing, and reinforcing key performance indicators for higher education faculty and staff. What you learn will surely connect all the dots in an increasingly complex and competitive higher education world.

Combatting Bias in Education: Strategies to Avoid Discrimination and Foster Inclusivity
  • On-demand
Megan Farrell

Please join Megan Farrell for a practical, issues-focused discussion of the challenges educators face in addressing bias throughout the sector. This session will highlight key areas of concern and discuss how to implement change, as necessary. Aside from discussing change, we will also explore mechanisms to track the results of your intervention to assist in funding initiatives in the future.

Admissions Practices in the Post-Indictment Era: Stay Out of Court and the Headlines
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Dr. James Castagnera

Please join university attorney Dr. Jim Castagnera, who brings 23 years of in-house experience to this important issue, for a discussion of the risks, areas of exposure, and how you should be responding now.

Truancy Troubles: Understanding the Legal Issues and Dealing with Chronically-Absent Students
  • On-demand
Erin D. Gilsbach

Please join Erin D. Gilsbach, Esq., an experienced school law attorney, as she examines the issue of truancy and its impact on schools and individual students. She will examine the interplay between disability and truancy and provide effective solutions to common issues related to individual student absenteeism. In addition, she will provide best-practice tips and tools for addressing the significant issue of chronic absenteeism on a school-wide basis.

Oppositional Defiant Disorder: Classroom Management Strategies for Working with Challenging Students
  • On-demand
Dr. John Jensen

Please join Dr. John Jensen, licensed clinical psychologist and education consultant, for a webinar designed to help teachers and staff manage students with ODD. While geared specifically towards Oppositional Defiant Disorder, the techniques identified in this indispensable session will help even the most experienced educator identify new approaches towards behavior management that can be applied to any difficult student or group dynamic.

For College-Bound Athletes Compliance with NCAA and NAIA Rules Begins in High School: Review of the Requirements
  • On-demand
Julian Beckwith

Please join Julian Beckwith as he explains NCAA and NAIA step-by-step so that you can feel confident that your athletic programs and athletes are on track to be eligible to participate in their sport when they get to college.

Title IX Proposed Regs: Updates
  • On-demand
Bev Baligad

Please join Bev Baligad to learn how the proposed regulations might affect your institution. Without understanding some of the more relevant changes (and potential impacts) on the horizon, your institution may not be prepared for what’s ahead.

Sexting, Texting, Snapchat and Beyond: Practical and Legal Guidance for the Use of Social Media in Schools
  • On-demand
Erin D. Gilsbach

Please join Erin Gilsbach, attorney at law, as she guides you through the potential problem areas when social media is used by schools, students, and staff, as well as precautions that schools must take to avoid violating the rights of students and staff to communicate in this manner.

How to Establish and Sustain a Faculty Mentoring Program
  • On-demand
Dr. James Castagnera

Please join Dr. Jim Castagnera, Esq., as he walks you through the theory and practice, policies and procedures of an effective faculty mentoring program. The associate provost & legal counsel for academic affairs at Rider University for 22 years, Jim is a founder and co-chair of his institution’s Faculty Mentoring Committee.

Active Shooter Preparation, Response, and Recovery
  • On-demand
Tony Callisto

Please join Tony Callisto, Senior Vice President for Safety and Chief Law Enforcement Officer at Syracuse University, for a presentation focused on preparing for, responding to, managing, and recovering from an active shooter incident or other act of mass violence on a college campus.

ADA Compliance Obligations to Students at Internships and Practicums
  • On-demand
Melissa Fleischer

Please join legal expert, Melissa Fleischer, Esq. as she provides an in-depth, step-by-step analysis of how to ensure compliance with the ADA when students are off campus at internship or practicum opportunities.

Dealing with Challenging Parents: Lawful Responses and Strategies for Administrators
  • On-demand
Richard Verstegen

Please join Rick Verstegen for administrative strategies for dealing with parents who may have unreasonable complaints or requests, conduct themselves in a threatening or intimidating manner, or are overly critical of classroom teachers and other staff.

Minors on the College or University Campus: Managing the Legal Issues
  • On-demand
Richard Verstegen

Please join Rick Verstegen for a presentation focusing on the various legal considerations that are raised with minors on campus, including adult supervision, internet use, and confidentiality issues.

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