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As "social distancing" increases, schools and educators are under increased pressure to comply with existing and changing regulations. In this episode of the "Legal Lowdown Podcast" Matt Plain provides updated COVID-19 (Coronavirus) legal considerations for schools.March 25, 2020 Read All
The following Coronavirus (COVID-19) update for New York Charter Schools reflects where things stand as of March 15, 2020 at 10:00 p.m. NYC CLOSING DISTRICT SCHOOLS As you may be aware, Mayor De Blasio has just announced that public schools will be closed starting March 16 until at least April 20 if not longer. https://www.schools.nyc.gov/school-life/health-and-wellness/coronavirus-update GOVERNOR REQUIRING ALL...March 16, 2020 Read All
Written by New York charter school attorneys, Paul T. O’Neill, Jaime A. Fernand and Lisa J. Holtzmuller, the following is a comprehensive question and answer about the guidance on special education law and regulations related to COVID-19 for New York city and state. The U.S. Department of Education, which has primary authority over special education, has issued three...March 30, 2020 Read All