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March 2017

In This Issue

In this issue: A previous Education Law Into Practice article synthesized the legal developments concerning service animals for individuals with disabilities in K–12 schools. In light of continuing controversy concerning this issue, the purpose of this similarly concise article is to provide an update of the legal developments in the intervening five-year period. Read More
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Inquiry & Analysis

A Membership Service of the NSBA Council of School Attorneys
ISSN 2374-3956


Tammy T. Carter, NSBA Senior Staff Attorney

NSBA Council of School Attorneys 2016-17 Officers

Andrew M. Sanchez, Chair

Pilar Sokol, Chair-elect

Diane Marshall-Freeman, Vice-chair

Phillip L. Hartley, Secretary

NSBA Officers and Staff

Miranda A. Beard, NSBA President

Kevin E. Ciak, President-elect

Frank C. Pugh, Secretary-Treasurer

John D. Tuttle, Immediate Past President

Thomas J. Gentzel, NSBA Executive Director

Marie S. Bilik, NSBA Deputy Executive Director

Francisco M. Negrón, Jr., NSBA Associate Executive Director and General Counsel

Sonja H. Trainor, Director, Council of School Attorneys

Naomi E. Gittins, Deputy General Counsel

Leza Conliffe, Senior Staff Attorney

Tammy T. Carter, Senior Staff Attorney

Lyndsay Andrews, Manager, Council of School Attorneys

Thomas Burns, Paralegal

Lenora Johnson, Administrative Assistant

Laura Kisthardt, CLE Coordinator

About the NSBA Council Of School Attorneys

Formed in 1967, the NSBA Council of School Attorneys provides information and practical assistance to attorneys who represent public school districts. It offers legal education, specialized publications, and a forum for exchange of information, and it supports the legal advocacy efforts of the National School Boards Association.

Inquiry & Analysis is a membership service of the Council, or can be purchased by subscription for $180 per year. Published electronically ten times a year, Inquiry & Analysis does not appear in March or September.

The articles in Inquiry & Analysis reflect the views and opinions of the individual authors, which do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of the National School Boards Association or the Council of School Attorneys. The views and opinions in the articles should not be relied upon and are not given for the purpose of providing legal advice.

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