Parents behaving badly: Legal resource for educators

by The Educator09 Aug 2016
Whether it is a threat of legal action or a threat of violence, parents can cause an array of legal issues for school leaders and a recent survey of The Educator readers found parent behaviour ranked as one of the biggest challenges for senior educators.
 
In light of this, the team at The Educator has put together the Education Law for School Principals Masterclass, bringing together legal experts to address the questions and complexities surrounding parental disputes along with a wide range of other topics.
 
The day-long event will be held on Thursday 27 October at The Mercure, Sydney.
 
View the program and register
 
The Education Law for School Principals masterclass is designed specifically for principals, heads of departments and anyone in a management role in a school who needs a sound understanding of their legal rights and responsibilities and how to take steps to minimise risk to their school whilst fulfilling their duty of care. 
 
Register online by Friday 16 September and save $150 per person. Team discounts also available for group bookings of four or more delegates. Find out more at http://law.educatoronline.com.au.
 

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