In this two-hour webinar, we will discuss the ethical standards established by state law for school board members. The webinar will also include a discussion of state and federal laws related to conflicts of interest pertaining to making and administering contracts and possible legal consequences when these laws are violated. Finally, this webinar will review other well-established legal duties and responsibilities of school board members.
Presenter: Allison Schafer, NCSBA Legal Counsel
New and veteran board members alike — strengthen your school law skills with Core Training.
Don’t miss this important learning opportunity on Sunday, November 17, at the Sheraton Greensboro/Koury Convention Center. This pre-conference event will precede the 2019 NCSBA Annual Conference. Note: Core Training is not included as part of your NCSBA Annual Conference registration. Participants must register for both events separately.
This training will focus on the legal roles of the board, hitting the critical topics of decision making, judicial issues, policy making and governance, and oversight. Click here to see the agenda.
Registration starts at 12 p.m., and the event will be from 12:30 to 4:45 p.m.
This webinar will define crowdfunding, highlight the growing usage of crowdfunding by school employees, and address the positives of and issues surrounding crowdfunding in schools. It will also examine different approaches LEAs have taken to address crowdfunding, as well as explain the policy NCSBA has drafted to regulate crowdfunding in schools and the issues that were considered in developing the policy.
Presented by: Justice Warren, Staff Attorney, NCSBA