In Metz v. Bethlehem Area School District, the teacher had been employed as a tenured physical education teacher when the school district received proof of a positive drug test result for cocaine metabolites.
The new guidance opens up opportunities for both businesses and students by allowing students to take on more useful roles in the organization, which enhances the students’ learning experience while also incentivizing businesses to invest time in unpaid interns.
In a split decision, the Board established a new test for reviewing facially neutral workplace rules.
Reviewing the language of the Child Protective Services Law in detail, the Court’s decision may have far-ranging ramifications.
There is no better time to celebrate the ultimate gift of family formation given by a surrogate mother.
The Q&A attempts to explain to parents and stakeholders the issues addressed in the Endrew F. decision, and the impact of the decision on implementation of the IDEA’s requirement of a free appropriate public education (FAPE) for children with disabilities.
As a way of reducing the stigma that can sometimes accompany a child’s inability to pay for school meals, Act 55 demands that all school boards establish a policy which requires its schools to provide a program meal to a student who requests one, regardless of whether the student has the money to pay or owes money for school meals.
Giving employers freedom to connect merit and pay for more employees may have the effect of helping to drive business growth and sustainability.
This case offers a good opportunity for school boards throughout Pennsylvania to review their policies for compliance with the Safety in Youth Sports Act.
College Title IX officers are encouraged to review and modify their policies and procedures to conform to the latest direction from Washington.