Kids in Classrooms: Legal and Practical Risks in Providing Academic Experiences for Minors

When:  Sep 25, 2019 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM (ET)
This webinar will provide an overview of the variety of academic experiences that higher education institutions offer to minors and describe how laws and regulations relevant to higher education apply in these contexts.Topics:

  • Overview of types of programs offered to minors
  • Federal and state statutes and regulations applicable to such programs
  • Policies and procedures to adopt and emphasize for such programs
  • Particular concerns in hiring and training staff
Ann Franke, Wise Results LLC
Lori Fox, Schools of Law & Journalism, CUNY Guttman Community College & Macaulay Honors College
Matt Sears, Talent Identification Program, Duke University

Who should attend?  General counsel and attorneys who advise colleges and universities on academic programs for minors, as well as faculty and administrators involved with delivering or overseeing these programs. The site registration fee allows you to invite as many people as your one Internet connection can accommodate, for no extra charge.

Presented by NACUA with support from ACE and URMIA