The Attorneys of Campbell Shatley regularly provide professional development and in-service training throughout North Carolina.  A listing of the professional development and in-service training we have provided can be found below:

In-Service Training:

  • Board Member Training
  • School Administrators' Legal In-Service
  • Principal Training
  • Teacher Training
  • Legislative Updates 

Professional Development:

  • Art of Interviewing Employees and Working with Law Enforcement
  • Athletics and Student Safety 
  • Board Of Education Reporting Protocol
  • Board Member Bias and the Duty to Recuse
  • Board Member Ethics
  • Bullying and Harassing Behavior
  • Criminal Investigations; Intelligence Information Records, Innocence Inquiry Commission Records
  • Dealing with "Helpful" Groups
  • Dismissals and Non-renewals of School Employees
  • Employee Due Process
  • Employee Investigations/Discipline Milestones
  • Employee Reduction in Force
  • Employee Resignations
  • FERPA - A Basic Overview
  • FMLA, Disability, Leave Of Absence’s
  • Gifts and Favors to Board Members
  • Investigation Best Practices
  • NCSBA Excellent Schools Act Committee Sub Analysis
  • NCSBA Original Excellent Schools Act Analysis
  • Powers and Duties of a Principal
  • Professional Standards of Employees: Policy and Practice
  • Professionalism in the Workplace
  • Public & Confidential Information Contained in Personnel Files
  • Public Records – Disclosure and Confidentiality Mandates for Public Schools
  • Section 504
  • Social Media and Students
  • Social Media and Employees
  • Special Education
  • Student Records and FERPA
  • Student Discipline: Regular Education and Special Education Students
  • Student Search and Seizure and the Use of SROs
  • Subpoenas / Custody Orders / Right to Records
  • Teacher Employee Evaluation
  • Teacher Performance Issues and Improvement Plans 
  • Title IX 

If you are interested in having an attorney from Campbell Shatley work with you on professional development or in-service training, please contact us.

 

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