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September 2019

California to Restrict Medical Exemptions from Immunizations

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F3 NewsFlash

September 01, 2019

California to Restrict Medical Exemptions from Immunizations

August 01, 2019

9th Circuit Clarifies Post-Settlement Access to Courts

July 01, 2019

School Smarts vs. Smart Phones: New Regulations for Smart Phones on Campus

May 01, 2019

Labor Negotiations in the Age of Social Media

April 01, 2019

Online Fundraising in Public Schools

February 01, 2019

New Law May Require Updates to Interdistrict Transfer

January 01, 2019

Restrictions Expanded to All Students on Use of Restraints and Seclusion

January 01, 2019

Public Employment Relations Board: School Employers Must Negotiate Decision to Use Employee-Tracking GPS Devices

January 01, 2019

Attorney General Opinion Confirms Charter Schools Must Comply with Key Public Integrity Laws

October 01, 2018

New Law Delays Term Starting Date for Newly Elected Board Members

October 01, 2018

The Janus Decision and SB 866: New Guidance from ACSA and CTA

October 01, 2018

New Conditions for Continuance of Special Education Due Process Hearings

September 01, 2018

Part-Time Playground Aides Now Part of Classified Service

July 01, 2018

Payroll Checklist for Agency Fee Elimination

June 01, 2018

SB 866 Creates Significant Change on Union Dues

June 01, 2018

New Policies on Immigrant Students Required by July 1

May 01, 2018

Reverse CPRA Liability for Attorney's Fees

March 01, 2018

Limitations on Free Speech Reaffirmed

February 01, 2018

Walkout: Students' Call To Action To Make Their Voices Heard

October 01, 2017

Part-Time Playground Aides Included in Classified Service

October 01, 2017

New Title IX Guidelines for Schools to Address Sexual Misconduct Complaints

July 01, 2017

PERB Confirms School District Liability for "Blacklisting" Employee

June 01, 2017

OCR Internal Guidance on Investigating Complaints

April 01, 2017

Legislative Counsel Bureau Confirms: K-12 Schools Must Have Warrant to Search Student's Personal Device

March 01, 2017

U.S. Supreme Court: Adequacy of IEP Depends on "Unique Circumstances of the Child"

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