|‹ January 2018 ›|
What does it really cost to educate a child in Michigan?
The School Finance Research Collaborative, a diverse group of education experts and business leaders recently released a comprehensive report that takes a realistic look at the resources needed by students, teachers, schools and districts to meet Michigan’s Academic Standards.
In an effort to enlighten local educators and community members, Wayne State University’s College of Education, with support by the Leonard Kaplan Collaborative and the Metro Bureau, is hosting a panel discussion on the evening of Thursday, March 8th, 2018. The panelists are prominent education leaders and politicians. Participants will hear multiple perspectives on the implications of the report for Michigan’s school children.
This event is free, however registration is required. Click the image below for additional details and registration instructions.
REQUIRED BY MICHIGAN LAW
Provided by Collins & Blaha, P.C.
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SEXUAL HARASSMENT AND
POTENTIAL LIABILITY PRESENTATION
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By Collins & Blaha
December 15, 2017 at the joint Chief Negotiators and Academic Leadership Councils' Meeting.
GUIDE TO PUBLIC SECTOR LABOR RELATIONS
Michigan Teacher and Tenure - Probationary Teachers Advisory
presented by William J. Blaha - at the June 9, 2017 Metro Bureau Board Meeting
These documents reflect general legal standards for the related presentation and are not intended as legal advice for specific situations.