We’re Getting Sued… What Should We Do?

The unfortunate truth is that we live in a litigious society. As a not-for-profit corporation, charter schools are not exempt from lawsuits and should have a plan for how they respond if they are ever sued. When the school is served regarding a lawsuit, what exactly...

Legal Update on Charter School Law

Each year Attorney Daniel Woodring of the Woodring Law Firm presents one of the most popular sessions at the Florida Charter School Conference regarding legal updates and changes to charter school law and related cases. Mr. Woodring will provide his 2018 presentation...

Record Management Compliance and Going Paperless

The value to staff of having necessary records at their fingertips is immeasurable. Electronic documents provide secure instant access for staff to be able to do the job they were hired to do, eliminating the hurdles of paper documents. This webinar will discuss the...

Cannabis Conundrum

Medical marijuana is legal in Florida and can be prescribed for minors. However, it is still illegal under federal law, so what does this mean for Florida charter schools? This webinar, presented by attorney Kathleen Schoenberg, will review how other states have...

Charter School as Employer. HR Dos and Don’ts

Charter School Administrators are not just educational leaders, but also human resource leaders. What exactly does that mean? Join us for this informative webinar presented by Attorney Jeffrey Wood, a Director with Tripp Scott as he reviews the key “dos and don’ts” of...