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Civil Liberties in School WSSFC 2022

Product ID: CA3419W
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

This seminar is an excerpt from Wisconsin & Solo Small Firm Conference 2022

From mask mandates to word or book bans to curriculum choices, there has been a lot of recent national attention on what is, or isn’t, allowed in public schools. Discuss what parents, students, and school districts are facing and what can (and can’t) be done to address these types of disputes.

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Monday, November 28, 20222:30 PM - 3:20 PM CT

Add to Calendar 11/28/2022 2:30:00 PM 11/28/2022 3:20:00 PM America/Chicago Civil Liberties in School WSSFC 2022 This seminar is an excerpt from Wisconsin & Solo Small Firm Conference 2022

From mask mandates to word or book bans to curriculum choices, there has been a lot of recent national attention on what is, or isn’t, allowed in public schools. Discuss what parents, students, and school districts are facing and what can (and can’t) be done to address these types of disputes.

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This seminar is an excerpt from Wisconsin & Solo Small Firm Conference 2022

From mask mandates to word or book bans to curriculum choices, there has been a lot of recent national attention on what is, or isn’t, allowed in public schools. Discuss what parents, students, and school districts are facing and what can (and can’t) be done to address these types of disputes.

Presenter:
Claire E. Hartley
Marquette Law School, Waukesha and Divine Saviors Holy Angels High School, Milwaukee​

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