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The Civil Rights Project at UCLA recently published another report analyzing 2016-2017 suspension rates and the ongoing unequal impact of suspensions on students’ learning in California.
A recent report published by PACE concludes that CDE is still not equipped to answer questions about the performance of the state’s 10,000 schools.
Schools hosting interscholastic athletic events may be liable for injuries sustained by members of a visiting team if the injury is caused by a dangerous condition found on the hosting school’s property.
DWK is pleased to continue its statewide Education, Labor and Employment Law Series. Ed Lab is interactive, practical and informal. Workshops are led by DWK attorneys who discuss topics of particular interest to school district and county office human resources and labor relations professionals.
A California appellate court has affirmed a public agency’s ability to limit the amount of time a member of the public is permitted to speak at a board meeting.
A recent ruling by the California Court of Appeal upheld the constitutionality of Senate... MORE
Numerous clients have asked Dannis Woliver Kelley attorneys whether the President’s December 1,... MORE