Over the past several years, the number and intensity of violent acts occurring on school campuses across the nation has dramatically increased. In todays world, school administrators and staff are not only responsible for educating the students in their charge, but keeping them physically safe from threats of violence that may be coming from both outside and inside the school
Experienced and well-respected professionals will offer valuable and practical insight on key legal issues and concepts related to school violence. This informative seminar will combine a discussion of legal obligations and considerations for schools, along with helpful advice for decreasing the likelihood of violent acts on campus and responding to the threat of school violence.
Responding effectively to bullying and/or student harassment
Challenging data privacy issues, including responding to requests for information and releasing data in an emergency situation
Legal standards and developing issues in student discipline
Considerations in the discipline of disabled students
The use of student searches, dress codes, and regulation of the Internet and other technology in maintaining a safe school climate
The attendee will be able to review how controlling student behavior may reduce the likelihood of school violence.
The attendee will be able to identify the types of data that may be released in an emergency.
The attendee will be able to discuss additional considerations for school administrators in disciplining IDEA and Section 504 students.
Agendas and Speakers may differ slightly depending on the location. Please e-mail or call a representative to obtain an agenda for a particular location.