Students and school employees retain their First Amendment rights both on and off campus – but those rights aren’t unlimited. Schools have authority to restrict or discipline speech, but must be careful to ensure that they do not infringe on constitutional rights as they do so.
Towns will play an important role in shaping and regulating the marijuana industry in the state of Maine. This symposium will features experts who will help towns understand the scope and extent of their ability to regulate to make sure that they are able to safely take advantage of the economic development potential that exists with this emerging market.
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!
Athletics are a source of great excitement, emotion, and interest in New Hampshire schools. They are also one of the most common sources of potential legal liability and adverse publicity when something goes wrong.
NNAHRA and Drummond Woodsum have joined forces to provide Tribal Human Resources Professional (THRP) training to HR Professionals in Indian Country. This 3-1/2 day course provides HR Professionals with the practical knowledge and skills they need to handle the unique employment challenges facing tribal governments and their enterprises.....
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.