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  • Ten on-line issues of Inquiry & Analysis, the Council of School Attorneys newsletter on national developments in school law.
  • School Law Seminar presentation papers. A compilation of the presentations given at the Council's Annual School Law Seminar held each Spring.
  • School Law Practice Articles.



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Additional Resources

Sample Amendments to Standard Construction Contracts (2009 Revised edition)
An educational CD of school-specific sample amendments to six common AIA construction contracts. The Council of School Attorneys is pleased to partner with the Texas Association of School Boards to make this valuable educational tool available to members of the Council nationwide.

Become a School Law Subscriber
Subscribe to the NSBA Council of School Attorneys' online newsletter, Inquiry & Analysis, and receive FREE, the presentation papers from the Council's Annual School Law Seminar and articles from the School Law Practice Series!

Bullying and Harassment in Schools DVD
Bullying and Harassment in Schools, a new training DVD produced by TASB Legal Services, is designed to address the many faces of harassment and offer solutions for your school district. The DVD provides the tools needed to recognize, report, and respond to harassment.

More information and how to use Bullying and Harassment in Schools DVD
Tough topic made easy. Your new DVD from Texas Association of School Boards Legal Services helps you train your staff and students to recognize and report sexual and other harassment as well as bullying. Your DVD package and local policy manual contain all the materials you will need for the training. The following are some tips to help you prepare for those training sessions.

Achieving Education Excellence for All: A Guide to Diversity-Related Policy Strategies for School Districts
A guide to diversity-related policy strategies for school districts with a foreword by former U.S. Secretary of Education Richard W. Riley. Written by Arthur L. Coleman, Francisco M. Negrón, Jr., and Katherine E. Lipper. In partnership with NSBA, the College Board and the EducationCounsel, LLC.

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