Setting policy is one of the most important roles of a local school board. We’ll discuss why that role is critical, best practices for creating and updating policies, and discuss how COVID-19 is affecting the school policy landscape.
Presenters: Julie Miller, OSSBA deputy executive director and general counsel, and Brandon Carey, OSSBA staff attorney
Workshop materials will be available for registered attendees the morning of the workshop through the OSSBA member portal.
Unable to join us live? The workshop will be recorded and available for later registration and viewing.
Policymaking 101: The Board’s Role is eligible for 1 ETH credit.
Online registration is available through the OSSBA member portal. For information or questions about the member portal, please contact Lisa Deaton or Terri Silver by email with your name, district, and email address or call 888.528.3571.
Policymaking 101: The Board’s Role is $60 for OSSBA members, and $120 per credit hour for nonmembers. Each registration is valid for one computer. Multiple people may share a computer to watch, but each school board member who needs board credit must have an individual registration. Workshop login information will be sent via email after registration confirmation.