Kaitlin Atlas to Discuss 2021-2022 School Year Concerns in IASA’s Legal Seminar

By August 2, 2021June 2nd, 2022Events

Hodges Loizzi associate Kaitlin Atlas will analyze anticipated legal issues and concerns that school leaders are facing regarding the upcoming school year and COVID-19 in the Illinois Association of School Administrators’ Legal Seminar on Wednesday, August 4 at 10 am CST.

In the webinar, “IASA Legal Seminar: COVID-19 Issues Facing Schools,” Kaitlin will join panelists to address the pressing legal questions superintendents are facing regarding the 2021-2022 school year including:

  • Liability risks districts face regarding face mask refusal
  • Bargaining implications for COVID-19 plans
  • How remote learning will look this school year
  • And more

This seminar is free to members of the IASA and will be held virtually via Zoom. Superintendents are invited to submit questions.

Register for the seminar here.

The IASA works cooperatively with the American Association of School Administrators on local, state, and national education issues. With nearly 1,750 members, the IASA is the premier advocacy organization for school administrators that aims to promote school leaders through continued school improvement.

Kaitlin concentrates her practice in the areas of students and special education. She has experience handling a variety of matters related to students protected by disability laws including determining eligibility, disciplinary procedures, and interim alternative placements.