The penalty for violating the requirements to post notice of rights that employees and job applicants have under the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Genetic Information Non-Discrimination Act has increased from $110 to $210 for each violation. An employer such as a board of education must post notice [...]
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The Ohio House of Representatives passed an amendment to Ohio’s expulsion law that would permit a board of education to adopt a policy allowing the superintendent to expel a student for up to 180 school days for conduct that posed an “imminent and severe endangerment to the health and safety” of other students or school [...]
The Ohio House and Senate both gave their approvals Wednesday to a compromise plan that will provide four additional calamity days, once districts have used their initial five already outlined in state law and four contingency days they planned at the start of the school year. The legislature approved recommendations from a legislative conference committee, including [...]