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Preparing for the New Year: New Student Laws In Effect Now and in 2022 and Beyond

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Host Joshua Whiteside joins Lozano Smith attorney Ruth Mendyk to discuss updates and new obligations facing educational agencies now and during the second half of the 2021-22 school year. This discussion includes a review of important legislation from the Fall 2021 legislative session.

Show Notes & References

2:30 – Education Code 48205 – Excused absences
2:50 – Senate Bill (SB) 14 (urgency) – Excused absences for mental or behavioral health
6:46 – Assembly Bill (AB) 516 – Excused absences for cultural ceremonies and events
9:13 – SB 254 – September 11th remembrance exercises and observations
11:24 – AB 27 (urgency) – Website posting requirement for liaison and related homeless information
12:11 – SB 400 – Housing questionnaire and rights/resources for homeless students
13:36 – Trailer bill for post-secondary education
14:26 – AB 132 – Ensure student completion of FAFSA form (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), alternate form, or opt-out
17:25 – AB 104 – Grade change requests, student retention, and exemptions from graduation requirements
20:54 – AB 101 – Ethnic studies

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