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With the ever-growing complexities of state and federal regulations, and expansions of legal needs and special ed cases, district leaders need to consider multiple factors to find the specialists necessary for proper representation and counsel.
Many districts plan to or have already extended the elementary school day to accommodate more recess. Other school systems could register free play as class time. But some students will lose school recess once they get into middle school.
Numerous districts are the subject of transgender lawsuits for not allowing transgender students to use bathrooms that correspond to their gender identity.
Restorative justice in schools is a growing trend as administrators look to build relationships with students and school staff rather than use out of school suspensions—which can lead to incarceration.
District leaders are increasingly under the microscope for allowing implicit bias in education to fester on their campuses, with some schools facing the likelihood of lawsuits.
Some 98,000 immigrant students graduate from high school each year, but the U.S. Supreme Court may be on the verge of ending the program that allows them to study and work.
A federal lawsuit blames the lack of quality education at Detroit Public Schools on the state of Michigan, which has controlled the district for nearly two decades.
The state of Arkansas plans to divide Little Rock School District, which could be a form of school segregation.
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