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School Law: Personnel and Student Issues 2024 Edition (COMING SOON)

PRE-ORDER This resource is a comprehensive guide to navigating legal issues surrounding employee and student matters within educational institutions, offering insights and strategies into the obligations, responsibilities, and limitations inherent in the operation of public schools.

PRE-ORDER

The handbook provides a comprehensive guide to navigating legal issues surrounding employee and student matters within educational institutions, offering insights and strategies into the obligations, responsibilities, and limitations inherent in the operation of public schools. Covering a variety of topics from employment regulations to student rights, this thorough resource equips education professionals and legal practitioners with the knowledge needed to uphold legal standards while fostering a fair and safe learning environment. Chapter topics include employee rights and responsibilities, employee dismissal and suspension, employment discrimination, student discipline and hazing, special education, and the Every Student Succeeds Act. There are also multiple chapters dedicated to labor relations, including contract negotiation and contract administration dealing with unfair labor practices. The handbook contains various samples forms, including a sample Employment Contract, Evaluation Form, Notice To Remedy, Notice of Reasons and Dismissal, and Notice of Decision Not To Reemploy.

General Editors:

Keri-Lyn J. Krafthefer, Ancel Glink, P.C., Chicago
Scott F. Uhler, Klein, Thorpe & Jenkins, Ltd., Chicago

Chapter 1 — Employee Rights and Responsibilities
Stewart H. Diamond and Keri-Lyn J. Krafthefer, Ancel Glink, P.C., Chicago

Chapter 2 — Formal Dismissal and Suspension Procedures Under Illinois Tenure Law
James P. Bartley, Thomas M. Melody, and Anne M. Skrodzki, Klein, Thorpe & Jenkins, Ltd., Chicago

Chapter 3 — Labor Relations: Overview and Certification of the Bargaining Unit
John M. O'Driscoll and Caitlin Frenzer, Tressler LLP, Bolingbrook

Chapter 4 — Labor Relations: Negotiating a Contract
Stewart H. Diamond and Margaret Kostopulos, Ancel Glink, P.C., Chicago

Chapter 5 — Labor Relations: Contract Administration Including Unfair Labor Practices
Catherine R. Locallo, Christopher R. Gorman, Aaron J. Kacel, and Thomas C. GarretsonRobbins, Schwartz, Nicholas, Lifton & Taylor, Ltd., Chicago

Chapter 6 — Employment Discrimination
Susan E. Nicholas, Kevin P. Noll, Matthew M. Swift, andHolly E. JacobsRobbins, Schwartz, Nicholas, Lifton & Taylor, Ltd., Chicago

Chapter 7 — Student Rights and Responsibilities
Maryam T. Brotine, Illinois Association of School Boards, Lombard, and Amy K. Dickerson, Franczek P.C., Chicago

Chapter 8 — Student Discipline and Hazing
James P. Bartley, Scott F. Uhler, Jason A. Guisinger,  Mallory A. Milluzzi, and Kaylee M. Hartman, Klein, Thorpe & Jenkins, Ltd., Westmont

Chapter 9 — Special Education
Caroline A. Roselli and Laura M. Sinars, Robbins, Schwartz, Nicholas, Lifton & Taylor, Ltd., Chicago

Chapter 10 — The Every Student Succeeds Act
Scott F. Uhler, Jason A. Guisinger, and Mallory A. Milluzzi, Klein, Thorpe & Jenkins, Ltd., Chicago

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      PRE-ORDER

      The handbook provides a comprehensive guide to navigating legal issues surrounding employee and student matters within educational institutions, offering insights and strategies into the obligations, responsibilities, and limitations inherent in the operation of public schools. Covering a variety of topics from employment regulations to student rights, this thorough resource equips education professionals and legal practitioners with the knowledge needed to uphold legal standards while fostering a fair and safe learning environment. Chapter topics include employee rights and responsibilities, employee dismissal and suspension, employment discrimination, student discipline and hazing, special education, and the Every Student Succeeds Act. There are also multiple chapters dedicated to labor relations, including contract negotiation and contract administration dealing with unfair labor practices. The handbook contains various samples forms, including a sample Employment Contract, Evaluation Form, Notice To Remedy, Notice of Reasons and Dismissal, and Notice of Decision Not To Reemploy.

      General Editors:

      Keri-Lyn J. Krafthefer, Ancel Glink, P.C., Chicago
      Scott F. Uhler, Klein, Thorpe & Jenkins, Ltd., Chicago

      Chapter 1 — Employee Rights and Responsibilities
      Stewart H. Diamond and Keri-Lyn J. Krafthefer, Ancel Glink, P.C., Chicago

      Chapter 2 — Formal Dismissal and Suspension Procedures Under Illinois Tenure Law
      James P. Bartley, Thomas M. Melody, and Anne M. Skrodzki, Klein, Thorpe & Jenkins, Ltd., Chicago

      Chapter 3 — Labor Relations: Overview and Certification of the Bargaining Unit
      John M. O'Driscoll and Caitlin Frenzer, Tressler LLP, Bolingbrook

      Chapter 4 — Labor Relations: Negotiating a Contract
      Stewart H. Diamond and Margaret Kostopulos, Ancel Glink, P.C., Chicago

      Chapter 5 — Labor Relations: Contract Administration Including Unfair Labor Practices
      Catherine R. Locallo, Christopher R. Gorman, Aaron J. Kacel, and Thomas C. GarretsonRobbins, Schwartz, Nicholas, Lifton & Taylor, Ltd., Chicago

      Chapter 6 — Employment Discrimination
      Susan E. Nicholas, Kevin P. Noll, Matthew M. Swift, andHolly E. JacobsRobbins, Schwartz, Nicholas, Lifton & Taylor, Ltd., Chicago

      Chapter 7 — Student Rights and Responsibilities
      Maryam T. Brotine, Illinois Association of School Boards, Lombard, and Amy K. Dickerson, Franczek P.C., Chicago

      Chapter 8 — Student Discipline and Hazing
      James P. Bartley, Scott F. Uhler, Jason A. Guisinger,  Mallory A. Milluzzi, and Kaylee M. Hartman, Klein, Thorpe & Jenkins, Ltd., Westmont

      Chapter 9 — Special Education
      Caroline A. Roselli and Laura M. Sinars, Robbins, Schwartz, Nicholas, Lifton & Taylor, Ltd., Chicago

      Chapter 10 — The Every Student Succeeds Act
      Scott F. Uhler, Jason A. Guisinger, and Mallory A. Milluzzi, Klein, Thorpe & Jenkins, Ltd., Chicago

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