On Wednesday, the House Education Committee took testimony, but did not vote on House Bill 4713 (H-1), which would alter the number of fire and lock down drills a school must conduct each year, as well as require additional reporting of such drills. MASSP testified in opposition to the bill because of the new reporting requirements and is working with the committee and the bill sponsor to alleviate the burden this would place on schools. Help MASSP fight these new reporting requirements by taking action.
In our first installment of the school year, we discussed the steps that administrators should think about before they commence an investigation into student conduct. In this edition, we focus on some tips for conducting student interviews and how best to obtain written student statements.
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