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Title IX and Sexual Violence: Best Practices for Ensuring Safe K-12 Schools
  • Tuesday, January 28
  • Webinar
Richard Verstegen

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX) is a federal law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in education programs and activities. All public and private elementary and secondary schools receiving federal funds must comply with Title IX. Although this law is generally known to ensure nondiscrimination in athletics, the law's nondiscrimination requirements also extend to sexual harassment and sexual violence, such as rape, sexual assault, sexual battery, and sexual coercion.

Student Data Privacy: Legally-Defensible Best Practices
  • Wednesday, January 29
  • Webinar
Erin Gilsbach

Please join Erin Gilsbach, attorney at law, for an in-depth and thoughtful analysis of such issues as retention and dissemination of student medical records, sharing of student records with contractors and 3rd parties, permissions and limitations on sharing information with school volunteers, and much more.

Dances, Performances, Ceremonies and Other Special Events: A Legal Guide for K-12 Public Schools
  • Thursday, January 30
  • Webinar
Erin Gilsbach

This session is designed to provide practical information for schools planning special events. During this webinar, Attorney Gilsbach will discuss the legal aspects of such topics as safety and security measures, non-discriminatory practices, and public access. She will also identify best practices regarding advance planning and protocols for school events and address some key legal differences regarding events that are limited to attendance by students, events that will be attended by students and families, and events that are open to the public.

Combating Cheating and Plagiarism in the Era of Tweeting, Texting, and Essay Mills
  • Tuesday, February 4
  • Webinar
Dr. James Ottavio Castagnera

In this cutting-edge webinar, leading educator and higher education administrator Dr. James Ottavio Castagnera will guide you through the latest and freshest thinking on this endemic challenge to academic integrity.

Student Speech And The Law In K-12 Schools: What Administrators Need To Know
  • Wednesday, February 5
  • Webinar
Richard Verstegen

In this informative webinar, leading attorney Richard Verstegen will discuss the important and essential legal aspects of student speech, including issues related to student dress, social media, and other forms of speech by students.

Inclusive Recruitment and Onboarding of Staff
  • Thursday, February 6
  • Webinar
Naomi Sigg

Join our dynamic presenter Naomi Sigg as she shares best practices in the search process - from the development and training of a search team, to cultivating a diverse candidate pool, and ensuring the integrity of the interview process from beginning to end.

Use of Public School Facilities by Outside Groups: Essential Legal Considerations for K-12 Schools
  • Tuesday, February 11
  • Webinar
Erin D. Gilsbach

In this practical webinar, nationally-recognized school law attorney Erin D. Gilsbach will identify the legal issues and areas of potential liability related to the use of public school facilities by non-school organizations.

Students with Disabilities: The Red Hot Issues That Could Burn You
  • Wednesday, February 12
  • Webinar
James Castagnera

Never before in higher education’s history has managing the needs of students with disabilities been more demanding or challenging. Disability services departments confirm that both in terms of percentages and sheer numbers, the size of their clientele expands every year with no end in sight.

LGBTQ Students and Higher Education: Managing State, Federal and College Interests
  • Thursday, February 13
  • Webinar
Richard Verstegen

In this timely and informative webinar, Richard will discuss the necessary steps colleges and universities must take to accommodate LGBTQ students, develop appropriate policies and procedures, provide a safe learning environment, and handle discipline issues while also limiting staff and institutional liability. Regardless of personal beliefs, this program can be an asset for any educator.

Social Media: Legal And Practical Guidance For Schools
  • Tuesday, February 18
  • Webinar
Erin Gilsbach

Please join Erin Gilsbach, nationally recognized education attorney, as she guides you through the issues associated with social media at school - as well as precautions schools must take to avoid violating the rights of students and staff.

Intellectual Property: How to Get the Most out of a Key Asset
  • Wednesday, February 19
  • Webinar
Dr. James Ottavio Castagnera

Join leading I.P. expert and author of twenty books, Dr. James Ottavio Castagnera as he guides you through different I.P. types and reviews legal and practical steps for your institution to protect ownership of one of its most valuable assets.

Oppositional Defiant Disorder: Classroom Management Strategies
  • Thursday, February 20
  • Webinar
John Jensen

Please join Dr. John Jensen, licensed clinical psychologist and leading education consultant, for a webinar designed to help teachers and staff manage students with ODD.

Fundraising, Donations, and Gifts: Legal Issues, Best Practices, and Common Pitfalls for K-12 Schools
  • Tuesday, February 25
  • Webinar
Erin Gilsbach

In her presentation, Ms. Gilsbach will touch upon legal issues and suggest proactive, legally-defensible best practices and protocols that schools can put into place to prevent many common legal issues.

FLSA: Mastering Wage and Hour Issues in Your K-12 School
  • Thursday, February 27
  • Webinar
Richard Verstegen

Please join attorney and education labor specialist Richard Verstegen for a presentation that addresses recent developments and provides insight, best practices, and practical guidance for employers needing to stay up to date on the changes.

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