• NJASA Legal Department Research Services - March 2017

    Some of the most challenging decisions Chief School Administrators are required to make are those involving school personnel. Part One of this Administrative Guide discussed the authority of the superintendent to nonrenew nontenured personnel, including the procedures and timelines. Part two of this series concludes the discussion and focuses on litigation involving legal challenges to nonrenewal decisions.

    In addition, School News Briefs will review three new cases including one in which the Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division found that a board acted properly in redacting a student’s initials in attorney’s bills which were produced in response to an OPRA request.

    The March 2017 Special Education Bulletin, reviews three cases including one in which parents of a non-classified student who was expelled were ordered to cooperate in completing the evaluation process, and to reimburse the district for the cost of a missed psychiatric appointment.

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