Education Employment Procedures Law (EEPL), Non-renewals , and Other Personnel Issues
Legal expert Jim Keith was among the attorneys who worked to help school districts understand the legislation that resulted in the state's Education Employment Procedures Act. The required processes for termination notices, employee contracts and other potential "sticky" issues are ones he knows well. And, with the Mississippi Legislature's 2011 enactment of House Bill 641, new factors come into play regarding revocation or suspension of the license of a teacher or administrator for sexual misconduct. Heeding Jim's advice can help your district avoid potential lawsuits.
CEU: 3 hours of CEU Credit for School Board Members
CLE: 3 hours of CLE Credit for School Board Attorneys who are members of CSBA.