WebRemix™: 7 Liability landmines Every Educator Should Avoid
$195.00 – $295.00
On Demand Version includes access for 1 year for up to 150 users.
According to a recent American Tort Reform Association survey, almost one-third of all high school principals have been named in a lawsuit, compared to only nine percent just 10 years ago. Typical allegations that educators must defend themselves against include:
- Failure to supervise a classroom
- Sexual harassment
- Wrongful termination
- Breaches of duty, neglect, errors or omissions
- Failure to respond to or prevent bullying activities
We know that most schools operate day-to-day without a hitch and that most employees who work in education want to make a difference and show up on the job intending to do their jobs as well as possible. But, because of challenges educators face daily – such as the increasing lack of respect for authority in our society, students and parents who are trauma survivors, cyber and physical bullying, and the pervasive use of social media – school culture has become more volatile than ever. Unfortunately, it is simply naive to think that just because an educator is trying to do a good job, that he or she is immune from being sued. This 90-minute webinar will open your eyes to liability landmines that every educator should know about and avoid.
- Learn how to avoid being sued for personal injury negligence.
- Understand the ins and outs of employment discrimination claims.
- Discover the grounds for harassment and bullying claims and what you need to do to avoid a suit.
- Understand what constitutes a breach of duty, error or omission in the world of education.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
- Assistant Principals
- Assistant Superintendents
- Safety & Security Personnel
- Loss Control Personnel
- Risk Managers