The Appellate Courts Provide Guidance on Right to Know Law

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On August 20, 2013, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court issued its long-awaited decision in Bowling v. Office of Open Records. In Bowling, an employee of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review filed a request…
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School Foundations – Don’t Operate in the Dark

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More and more school districts are establishing Foundations which are used to solicit and accept donations to assist in paying for school district programs and projects.  However, school districts must…
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What Happens When Divorced, Separated, or Never Married Parents Disagree?

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Procedural safeguards under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEIA) provide parents a meaningful opportunity to participate in the decision-making process.  Parental consent and participation is required for evaluation,…
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What You Tweet Could be Held Against You

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Teacher use of social networking websites, like Facebook and Twitter, can be a minefield for teachers and other district employees.  When a disgruntled school district employee takes to Twitter to…
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Affordable Care Act – Delayed but Not Forgotten

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School districts around the state have breathed a little easier since the Obama Administration announced in July that it would delay to 2015 the new health care law’s mandate that…
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Judy Shopp Joins Maiello Brungo & Maiello

Firm News
Judy Shopp joins the Education Law Team at Maiello Brungo & Maiello as Senior Counsel. She provides the firm with more than 35 years of legal experience, primarily focusing her…
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Assessment Law Update

Recently, Governor Tom Corbett signed into law Senate Bill 66 which relates exclusively to the functioning of the State Tax Equalization Bureau.   The State Tax Equalization Bureau (“STEB”) was previously…
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