What school leaders need to know about new Title IX regulations
The final Title IX regulations recently released by the U.S. Education Department put more of a burden on administrators to identify their investigative processes, to provide an impartial report, and to ensure all employees who witness sexual harassment or assault file incident reports.
How superintendents can respond to early state reopening orders
District leaders should not feel obligated to follow state legislation that requires their schools to reopen earlier than established safety guidelines recommend, but they need to fully comprehend the legal implications involved in failing to comply, a task force of superintendents recommends.
Decision striking Wisconsin’s ‘Safer at Home’ order won’t affect school closures
A Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling that overturned most provisions in the “Safer at Home” order issued by the state’s Department of Health Services in April 2020 will not require students to return to the classroom just yet.