Newsletter

Lear & Lear will be posting a quarterly newsletter on all things education-law related.  Our first issue is entirely dedicated to the 2015 Legislative Session as so much of what comes out of these sessions impact Utah schools.  Please check back for future newsletters every 3 months.

Dec. 7, 2015

Happy Holidays! This quarter’s issue includes some hot topics like transgender discrimination, responding to media questions, and upcoming bills floating for the 2016 Legislative session.  Also posted below is a conference paper which is the source for the article on page two of this quarter’s newsletter.

Vol. 1, Issue 3–Happy Holidays Newsletter

Media Paper

Sept. 8, 2015

Welcome back to school!  Please enjoy Issue Two of Lear & Lear Education Newsletter, with information about Educator Evaluation Policies (see the link to the sample policy, below), FERPA guidelines from Utah’s court of appeals regarding surveillance cameras, and 5th Circuit guidance on discipilning students for off-campus online speech that disrupts the school environment.

Vol. 1, Issue 2–Back To School Newsletter

Sample Educator Evaluation Policy

Vol. 1, Issue 2–Back To School Newsletter Charter edition

April 2015

The Legislative Session has ended and now we’re left with less than a year to make sense of it all. Our first issues of our newsletter is dedicated to helping LEAs to do just that.  Included in this issue is a summary of legislation for districts and charters, a list of policies now required as a result of the Session, and direction for HR Directors. We hope it helps put the legislative pieces together!

Vol. 1, Issue 1–Legislative Newsletter

Vol. 1, Issue 1–Legislative Newsletter Charter Edition

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