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By Andrew W. Li on August 28, 2018
“M” Is For “Mandatory Recess”

Recess is now mandatory in New Jersey public schools. Attorney Andrew Li explains. 

August 13, 2018
“L” is for Lunch Arrears

With summer coming to a close, Public Schools and Education attorney Kayleen Egan discusses a common issue in school districts, lunch arrears, and how to handle them. 

By Frank P. Cavallo, Jr. on June 27, 2018
The United States Supreme Court Deals Potential Devastating Blow to the NJEA and Other Public Sector Unions

The United States Supreme Court overturns a 40 year precedent for the NJEA and other public sector unions. 

By Andrew W. Li on June 22, 2018
"K" is for "Kean Federation"

In this latest entry to the Public Schools and Education Blog,  attorney Andrew W. Li discusses how the New Jersey Supreme Court found that -- for public employers – sometimes there can be too much Rice.

By Susan S. Hodges on June 4, 2018
“J” Is For “Just Can't Pass The Trash”

Public Schools and Education counsel Susan S. Hodges' latest alert discusses the new law known as "Pass the Trash."

May 22, 2018
Graduation: A Privilege, a Right, or a Requirement?

In this installment of the Public Schools and Education blog, Kayleen Egan discusses participation in graduation ceremonies. 

By Andrew W. Li on May 9, 2018
New Paid Sick Leave Act a Potential Headache for School Districts?

Public Schools and Education attorney Andrew Li talks about the new Paid Sick Leave Act and how it could affect school districts and some of their employees. 

April 16, 2018
Physical Restraints and the Use of “Quiet Rooms”

Associate, Sarah Tornetta discusses a recent New Jersey law that establishes requirements for school districts when using physical restraints and seclusion techniques. 

By Andrew W. Li on March 23, 2018
“I” Is For “Immigrant and Undocumented Students”

In this installment of the Public Schools and Education blog, Andrew Li discusses immigration enforcement and what it means to school districts in New Jersey. 

By Andrew W. Li on February 23, 2018
Where to Draw the Line on Student Walk-outs: The Limits of Student First Amendment Rights

With school walk-outs being planned next month, Public Schools and Education attorney Andrew Li discusses the right of students to express themselves and the obligation of school administrators to maintain an orderly learning environment.

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