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November 30 at 3:30 p.m. CST

From official district policies and fake accounts to FOIA requests and First Amendment rights, school social media management presents unique and pressing legal challenges. And we can all agree: The stakes are especially high! 

Former educator and school administrator Dr. Jill Johnson of Class Intercom will host attorneys Bobby Truhe and Karen Haase of KSB School Law for an informative discussion on school social media legal risks and challenges. With a unique specialty in school law, KSB has a tenured track record in providing legal advice and training across the broad spectrum of needs for schools and related entities. Its focus also extends more broadly to training and education on new and emerging media ethics and holistic digital citizenship. 

In this webinar, we’ll take a close look at account management (including fake and rogue accounts operated by individuals outside of school and district oversight), district policies and procedures, and documentation surrounding records requests and archival under a legal lens to provide the practical information schools and districts need to mitigate risk.

Key Takeaways

  1. Best practices for mitigating legal risks and potential scandal related to school social media 
  2. Documentation, policies, and procedures to implement and maintain  
  3. Safe and secure account access and management at the school and district level
  4. Preparing for and managing records requests, FOIA regulations, and archival