Evaluation and Discipline to be Discussed at MCSA Fall Conference

Brad Banasik

By Brad Banasik, MASB Legal Counsel/Director of Labor Relations & Policy

DashBoard, Oct. 12, 2016

The 2016 edition of the Michigan Council of School Attorneys Fall Conference includes two preconference sessions (morning and afternoon) for MASB's Annual Leadership Conference that focus on the legal issues currently confronting school officials.

MCSA President David Comsa invites you to attend this one-of-kind opportunity on Thursday, Nov. 10 at the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center to learn from school law experts about the latest updates and details on complying with school-related laws and court decisions.

School law experts from Clark Hill, Collins & Blaha, Lusk & Albertson, Miller Johnson, Thrun Law Firm and MASB will offer information, insight and guidance on a variety of topics while delivering the following presentations:

  • Avoiding the Legal Pitfalls of the Open Meetings Act and FOIA
  • Digital Accessibility: ADA Requirements and Best Practices
  • Evaluations and Contracts for Superintendents and Administrators—Legal Requirements and New Issues
  • Student Discipline 2016: New Issues for School Officials
  • Schools, Religion and the Establishment Clause: Trending Issues
  • Wages and Overtime for School Employees: New Rules

Whether you are a board member, school administrator or school attorney, these sessions are designed for you if you are interested in the cutting-edge legal issues that confront school districts.

Administrators—earn State Board Continuing Education Unit Credits for attending.

School Board Members—earn 20 MASB Education Credits for attending both sessions or 10 for each half-day session.

Register by completing and submitting this form.

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