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...

What Tangled Webster We Weave: Unraveling the Latest Opinion Surrounding the...

The Minnesota Supreme Court’s recent opinion in Webster v. Hennepin Cnty., et al., 2018 WL 1832983 (Apr. 18, 2018), confirms that school districts cannot...

How to Avoid Inadvertently Conferring Continuing Contract Rights: Make Sure You...

Either by choice or necessity, school districts often hire teachers who were previously employed by other Minnesota school districts, hoping to gain from the...

Inextricably Intertwined: Untangling the Knot of Competing Data Privacy Interests

Last year, the Minnesota Supreme Court made waves in data practices law when it held, in Burks v. Metropolitan Council, 884 N.W.2d 338 (Minn....

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