2015 Practical Personnel Law Webinar Series

Presenters: MSBA & COSA Attorneys

The cost is $45 per webinar or subscribe to the entire package for $180.

Spring is the time for districts to make personnel decisions and MSBA’s Practical Personnel Law Webinar Series is a great way for superintendents and human resources directors to current on new laws.  All programs begin at 1:00 and run approximately one hour.  The cost is $45 per webinar or subscribe to the entire package for $180.  .5 Certified Board Member (CBM) credit for each webinar.

Entire Package

1/28/15 - Problems with Paid Leave
Kelli Hopkins, Associate Executive Director, MSBA 

2/4/15 - Challenging Unemployment Claims
Margaret Hesse, Tueth Keeney Cooper Mohan & Jackstadt

2/11/15 - Worker’s Compensation and Schools
Nicole Hutson, Ellis, Ellis, Hammons & Johnson, P.C.

2/18/15 - Medical Inquiries, Examinations and Drug Testing of Public School Employees 
Charles Elbert, Shands, Elbert, Gianoulakis & Giljum, LLC

2/25/15 - Meet and Confer, Negotiations and Collective Bargaining:  What Are Teachers Asking For?
Susan Goldammer, Senior Director, MSBA

Board Candidate Filing and Elections Webinar

Archive of the Wednesday, November 12, 2014 webinar
Fee: $45

Presenters: MSBA Legal Department

This webinar will discuss candidate qualifications, filing procedures, personal financial disclosure statements, the board reorganization meeting and other legal and policy issues related to elections. This webinar is specifically designed for the superintendent, board secretary and other district employees responsible for candidate filing or answering candidate questions.

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Planning for Students with Disabilities to Fully Access Common Core State Standards (CCSS) Assessments

MSBA in Partnership with MO-CASE and DESE

Target Audience: District-wide Test Coordinators, Directors of Special Education and Assistive Technology staff that support students with special needs.
Presenters: Michael Muenks, DESE; Dr. Kim Ratcliffe, MSBA; and Diane Golden, MO-CASE

Missouri has been an impressive leader at the table of the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium advocating for students with disabilities to ensure that the CCSS summative assessments are fully accessible and allow students with disabilities to demonstrate their true academic proficiency. You are invited to attend an important webinar to help prepare district staff for administering the CCSS summative assessments to students with disabilities.

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