Supreme Court Revisits Long-Standing Rowley Standard

When developing and implementing IEPs for special needs students, special educators have been guided for more than three decades by what is called the...

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...

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...

Burks v. Metropolitan Council: Has the Minnesota Supreme Court Thrown Private...

A recent Minnesota Supreme Court ruling that a Metro Transit bus passenger may access the video recording of an incident in which the passenger...

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,...