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Risk Central

Dec 2, 2009 by Lee Gaby

Risk Central is now live. Go to our homepage and click on the Risk Central icon to enter the community. Risk Central offers interactivity and information at no cost. Find Featured Resources, News & Information, Featured Contributors and Community Resources. Interest groups will be able to create collections of resources for convenience.

SchoolRisk News Published Nov 5

Nov 7, 2009 by Lee Gaby

Be sure to review the summer/fall edition of the Institute’s monthly electronic newsletter, SchoolRisk News. Back copies are archived. If you did not receive a copy and would like to be added to the list, you can sign on this site or contact Lee Gaby, Executive Director

School Business Officials Meeting at Chicago's Navy Pier

Oct 21, 2009 by Lee Gaby

More than 1,500 public school business officials are meeting in Chicago October 23-26 for the Annual Conference of the Association of School Business Officials International. Risk management related sessions are numerous with topics including from enterprise risk management, preventing educator sexual misconduct and vendor insurance requirements. More coverage and daily updates to follow.

Intruder Violence Preparation Review

Jul 13, 2009 by Lee Gaby

The Texas School Safety Center offers many services including this “must see” video that provides a powerful reminder of the threat of intruder violence and the need for vigilance and well planned emergency drills and exercises. The video can be downloaded from this site: http://www.txssc.txstate.edu/flashobjects/videos/WSCVideo/wschigh.html

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Supreme Court Decides School Strip Search Case

Jun 26, 2009 by Lee Gaby

The U.S. Supreme Court issued its opinion June 25 upholding qualified immunity for a middle school assistant principal who conducted a strip search related to suspected drug possession. The court remanded the case against the school district, finding that the student’s Fourth Amendment rights were violated. Three members of the court offered dissenting opinions, concurring with some parts of the majority opinion....

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