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April 7, 2014

The National School Boards Association (NSBA) offered formal comments to the Notice of the "Impact of Professional Development in Fractions for Fourth Grade" from the U.S.

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February 16, 2012

2/16/2012 - This chart compares the definition of "bullying" in state anti-bullying laws. Note that some laws include "harassment" and/or "intimidation" as part of the definition of "bullying," while others separate the concepts.

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September 7, 2011

A Guide to Diversity-Related Policy Strategies for School Districts

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August 19, 2011

8/19/2011 - Four federal circuits have ruled on school districts disciplining students for off-campus, on-line student speech. This chart summarizes the facts, holding, and legal standards applied in all the circuit and district court cases involving off-campus, on-line student speech.

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April 5, 2011

Federal district in South Carolina has ruled that a school district's award of academic credit for of-campus religious instriction does not violate the First Amendment's Establishment Clause.

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March 25, 2011

ED's March 2011 letter to NSBA GC Francisco Negron responding to NSBA December 2010 letter to ED on OCR bullying guidelines

School Law Resources
September 15, 2009

his booklet discusses 13 legal questions commonly asked by school board members and school administrators related to undocumented students. Unfortunately, few of the questions have definitive answers.

School Law Resources
November 7, 2002

By: Dale O. Thornsjo and Shamus P. O’Meara Johnson & Condon, P.A. Reprinted with permission of Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association.

School Law Resources
October 5, 2002

This powerpoint discusses legal issues surrounding exclusive vending contracts. It also discusses national trends in vending contracts, protests to these arrangements by parents and the community and other revenue sources for schools such as naming rights and endorsements.

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