Administrative Leaves in the Wind: Court Holds Paid Leave is a...

School districts and other public employers often place employees on paid administrative leave while an investigation into potential misconduct is pending. Paid leave can...

Touched by an AngelSense: Handling Parent Requests to Use Location-Monitoring Devices...

A recent special education due process decision in Nevada involving a popular location-monitoring and listening device may soon resonate with school districts across the...

The Road to Recovery: Court Expands Possibility of School Liability for...

This past November, the Minnesota Supreme Court reversed the court of appeals and held that, if the injury is foreseeable, schools may face liability...

A Tale of Two Data Practices: Unlike Personnel Data, Educational Data...

School districts often receive subpoenas duces tecum compelling the disclosure of protected student records as part of a legal proceeding. As just one example,...

An Adequate Education: Supreme Court Revives Education Clause Lawsuit

Recently, the Minnesota Supreme Court reversed the dismissal of a lawsuit arguing that the State has a duty under the Minnesota Constitution to provide...