ACSA Partner Articles

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  • Ninth Circuit Finds COVID-19 Limits on Public School In-Person Learning Permissible, but Not for Private Schools

    Ninth Circuit Finds COVID-19 Limits on Public School In-Person Learning Permissible, but Not for Private Schools

    A U.S.Court of Appeals recently issued an opinion holding that the 14th Amendment rights of public school students and their parents were not violated when California limited in-person learning.

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  • New Brown Act Amendment Changes Rules for Teleconference Meetings During State of Emergency

    New Brown Act Amendment Changes Rules for Teleconference Meetings During State of Emergency

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  • 5 Ways Educators Can Benefit from a Doctorate in Organizational Leadership

    5 Ways Educators Can Benefit from a Doctorate in Organizational Leadership

    School administrators considering pursuing a doctorate in Organizational Leadership should consider several benefits of continuing their education.

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  • New Law Allows School Districts to Adopt Trustee Areas Without Voter Approval

    New Law Allows School Districts to Adopt Trustee Areas Without Voter Approval

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  • The Importance of Starting Early in Retirement

    The Importance of Starting Early in Retirement

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  • CDPH Mandates K-12 School Employees Be Vaccinated or Tested

    CDPH Mandates K-12 School Employees Be Vaccinated or Tested

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  • OCR and OSERS Issue Guidance on Long COVID in Students

    OCR and OSERS Issue Guidance on Long COVID in Students

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  • Employer’s Decision to Mandate Flu Vaccine Was Subject to Negotiations

    Employer’s Decision to Mandate Flu Vaccine Was Subject to Negotiations

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  • AB 130's Impact on Special Education

    AB 130's Impact on Special Education

    Provisions in AB 130 affect students with disabilities, their parents, and special education professionals.

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  • No Surprises Act: Interim Final Rule Released

    No Surprises Act: Interim Final Rule Released

    The No Surprises Act protects health plan members who receive emergency care from balance-billing, commonly referred to as “surprise billing,” by out-of-network (OON) providers.

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  • New Laws on Student Retention Create More Pandemic-Related Obligations for Schools

    New Laws on Student Retention Create More Pandemic-Related Obligations for Schools

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  • AB/SB 130: Proposed Revisions to Independent Study

    AB/SB 130: Proposed Revisions to Independent Study

    The California legislature is moving quickly to make changes to independent study for the 2021-2022 school year only.

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  • EIFD and Tax Increment — A Public Finance Practitioner Discussion [PODCAST]

    EIFD and Tax Increment — A Public Finance Practitioner Discussion [PODCAST]

    In this podcast, attorneys from Lozano Smith discuss the Enhanced Infrastructure Financing Districts (EIFD) ways they can be used to finance projects in California.

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  • Fact Specific Analysis is Key when Restricting on Employee Expression

    Fact Specific Analysis is Key when Restricting on Employee Expression

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  • Insurance 101: What is Personal Property Coverage?

    Insurance 101: What is Personal Property Coverage?

    Explainer on personal property insurance and how it is used to collectively define the value of things you own inside your home.

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  • Charter School Reforms in the COVID-19 Era [PODCAST]

    Charter School Reforms in the COVID-19 Era [PODCAST]

    In this podcast, law firm Lozano Smith discusses the status of charter school reform legislation and the impacts of COVID-19 on reforms.

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  • Supreme Court Clarifies School District Authority to Punish Off-Campus Student Speech

    Supreme Court Clarifies School District Authority to Punish Off-Campus Student Speech

    In the Mahanoy case, the U.S. Supreme Court addressed whether school districts can discipline students for off-campus speech and, if so, to what extent.

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  • Monitoring Students’ Online Activities

    Monitoring Students’ Online Activities

    Key considerations and best practices for monitoring students’ online activities in compliance with CIPA.

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  • Cal/OSHA Adopts Revisions to the ETS

    Cal/OSHA Adopts Revisions to the ETS

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  • Don’t take off that mask just yet!  Interpreting Face Covering Guidance as of June 15, 2021

    Don’t take off that mask just yet! Interpreting Face Covering Guidance as of June 15, 2021

    On June 9, 2021, the California Department of Public Health issued new Guidance for the Use of Face Coverings which will become effective June 15, 2021, when California aims to fully reopen the state.

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