The District denied the request in reliance on Right To Know (RTK) provisions that exempt from disclosure records related to personnel matters and records the disclosure of which is prohibited by any other law and that would result in a loss of funding.
Contrary to the former Dear Colleague Letters issued by OCR, which were considered to be “significant guidance” only, the new regulations will carry the force of law. According to the Rule, schools must comply with the new rule by August 14, 2020, less than two months from now. All personnel must also be trained, and signage must publish the new policies and procedures.
These new rules, ACLU contends, will make it easier for colleges and universities to ignore allegations of sexual harassment and assault. The new rules to which ACLU specifically objects start with the definition of sexual harassment to which an institution must respond.
Contrary to the former Dear Colleague Letters issued by OCR, which were considered by the Office for Management and Budget to be “significant guidance,” the new rules will carry the force of law.
For those taxpayers who have a bank account on file with the IRS, the funds are directly deposited. Others without an account on file, or who do not file federal income taxes, will receive a check in the mail. One unfortunate outcome of sending money out to every eligible taxpayer is that some of those individuals passed away before receiving the payment.
As employers plan to reenter the workplace, the value of protective options must be weighed against the cost of disruption. One protective option is temperature screening.
Together, these Acts have bolstered the flexibility required for schools to continue services, where possible, and maintain operations.
Without good cause, employees cannot receive unemployment compensation for any week that they refused an offer of work, provided that the employer notifies the Pennsylvania Department of Labor within seven days of the refusal. Here are three tips for effective and legally defensible recall protocols…
Services to be provided to students identified as eligible under the IDEA and Section 504 continue to be applicable during the time that schools are closed.
On April 20, 2020, Governor Wolf signed Act 15 of 2020 (SB 841), providing various forms of relief for businesses and municipalities throughout the Commonwealth.