"Today, education is perhaps the most important function of state and local governments...it is required in the performance of our most basic public responsibilities...it is the very foundation of good citizenship...in these days, it is doubtful that any child may reasonably be expected to succeed in life if he is denied the opportunity of an education."
Chief Justice Earl Warren, Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka (1954).
At the Center for School Law & Policy, we believe these words, written well before the first Elementary and Secondary Education Act, and long before the rise of today's highly competitive, global economy, are even more fundamentally true and compelling than ever before in our nation's history. As a provider of education and education law seminars across Georgia and the Southeastern United States, it is our singular purpose to offer guidance and training to educators as they strive to balance the many competing, complex and sometimes conflicting federal and state laws governing education today. We hope that by equipping educators with a clearer, more accurate and practical understanding of school law, they may more effectively and efficiently carry out their "most important function."
Please feel free to review our schedule and calendar of upcoming events, and to contact us if you have a request for a specific topic or training you would like to see offered in your area.
Daniel Robert Murphy
Founder & President
The Center for School Law & Policy, Inc
Special Education Records
Dates- Feb 15, 17 & 23, 2017
GASBO Criminal Background Checks & the EEOC Today
Court Dismisses EEOC
GASBO Immigration Update
GA Department of Law Letter
July 1, 2013
GA AG Informal Advice SB 160 Compliance Sep 30, 2013
FLSA Letter - Weather
FLSA Letter - Leave During Inclement Weather
Georgia Department of Education Disaster Preparedness
Docking Pay for Weather-Related Absences
OSEP FBA Guidance
Letter to Scheinz - Click Here
Letter to Sarzynski - Click Here
Letter to Christiansen - Click Here
Letter to Anonymous - Click Here
Religious Garb in the Workplace
White House Memo Updating Overtime Regulations
Dear Colleague Letter on the
Nondiscriminatory Administration of School Discipline
GA Attorney General FAQ's