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2019 School Law Part 1: General Education

Originally presented on: October 30, 2019 This two-part program will address both special education and general school law and is designed to provide important information for everyone connected with the operation and legal obligations of Missouri public schools. The program will include significant new developments in state and federal education laws, and will address key questions on policy, law, and practice that are of interest to school officials, staff, students, parents, and the attorneys who advise and represent them.
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Practice Area:
Education |  General Practice
Format:
Audio and Video

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Originally presented on: October 30, 2019

This two-part program will address both special education and general school law and is designed to provide important information for everyone connected with the operation and legal obligations of Missouri public schools. The program will include significant new developments in state and federal education laws, and will address key questions on policy, law, and practice that are of interest to school officials, staff, students, parents, and the attorneys who advise and represent them.

This program will specifically discuss:

  •  MOCAP and Virtual Education
  •  Sexual Misconduct and the New Statutory Requirements
  •  Update on Collective Bargaining in Public Schools
  •  Medical Marijuana in Schools
  •  Weapons in Schools
  •  Update on Transgender Students in Schools.

Speakers: Tom Smith, EdCounsel, LLC, Columbia and Jeffrey A. St. Omer, Mickes O’Toole, LLC, St. Louis

Note: This program was originally produced as a webinar and is available on demand in streaming audio with streaming video PowerPoint. This material qualifies for self-study credit only. Pursuant to Regulation 15.04.5, a lawyer may receive up to six hours of self-study credit in a reporting year. Self-study programs do not qualify for ethics or elimination of bias credit.

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