This podcast features host Duane Martin and other members of the EdCounsel team, who provide the latest updates on legal issues facing Missouri public schools. In each episode, the host will take a current legal topic and provide practical insights into how to manage the legal risks and compliance issues related to that topic. In January 2014, four school attorneys left the school law practice at former firms to found a completely different type of law firm – one whose sole purpose is to serve Missouri public school districts. EdCounsel is now a team of 12 attorneys who are dedicated to public schools and public school leaders.
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In this episode, Drew and Duane discuss this week’s decision from the Missouri Supreme Court regarding the termination of a teacher for disclosure of confidential student information when she transferred the District’s Google for Education Account to... more
In this episode, Duane and Emily discuss some of the most recent legal developments including the vacation of the state of emergency by the Governor and its impact on 550 employees and the issuance of public health orders, the appeal of the Cole Coun... more
In this episode, Duane, Emily and Drew discuss last week’s verdict against a Missouri school district based upon a transgender student’s claims of discrimination and what it means going forward for Missouri’s schools.
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