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...

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...

New FLSA Regulations Cast in Doubt by Recent Court Decision

School districts and other employers have likely been busy preparing to ensure compliance with the Department of Labor’s new overtime rules under the Fair...

Political Activity of School District Employees – An Election Year Q...

November elections—particularly in the wake of a rancorous presidential campaign or when a referendum is on the ballot—create unique dilemmas for public school districts....

The Effective Utilization of Police Liaison Officers in Responding to...

The cooperative relationship between local law enforcement and the public schools has undoubtedly been of great benefit to building administrators who want to maintain...