Representation of Educational Agencies and Institutions

Ryan Greenstein

NAGTRI Program Specialist
202-326-6262 | rgreenstein@naag.org

This course examines issues that an attorney general’s office may face when acting in an advisory capacity to, or as an attorney for, educational agencies and institutions. Topics such as the protection of First Amendment rights while ensuring an atmosphere of inclusiveness and respect, and Title IX requirements and issues surrounding fairness to both the accused and the accuser are highlighted. Other topics covered can include a case law update, licensure issues, campus safety, public contracting, FERPA, special education, IDEA claims, and hiring, firing, and other personnel issues. Participants are given the opportunity to raise questions and discuss issues with experienced faculty from attorneys general offices and state departments of education, share experiences, and lessons learned.

Please find a draft agenda HERE.

Please note that nominations for attorney general staff have closed for this training.

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