Trending Social Media Platforms, Cyberbullying Issues, Social Media Policies, and More
To what extent can you discipline students for posts made on social media? Are you up to date on recent trends? What are the dos and don'ts of monitoring district employees' social media use? This program reveals best practices for handling the latest social media issues in schools. Register today!
Explore popular social media platforms and apps.
Develop legally defensible strategies for disciplining students for social media use.
Examine guidelines for ensuring student privacy.
Trending Social Media Platforms and Apps You Need to Know
Imposing Social Media Restrictions on Staff and Students: Essential Guidelines
Monitoring School Employees' and Students' Social Media Use: How to Do It Right
Disciplining Students for Social Media Use: What You Must Know
Confiscating Smartphones, iPads, and Other Electronic Devices
Best Practices for Creating and Updating Social Media Policies (With Samples)
Handling Cyberbullying Issues
Student Privacy, School Safety, and Social Media: Ensuring Legal Best Practices
Chesseley A Robinson III is the sole practitioner with Chesseley A. Robinson, III, based in Raleigh, North Carolina. Mr. Robinson is a barred attorney in the District of Columbia and practices educational law. He has conducted in excess of 100 due-process hearings under IDEA 1997/IDEIA 2004 in the District of Columbia. Mr. Robinson is a former hearing officer for Guilford County Public Schools for the Employment Security Commission of North Carolina. He has been an adjunct instructor of criminal law and procedure, and legal ethics at both Southeastern University and Bowie State University. Prior to attending law school, he was a teacher and student mentor part time at Bonner Academy, a program for troubled and/or disadvantaged teens. Mr. Robinson earned his B.A. degree from North Carolina State University and his J.D. degree, cum laude, from the University of the District of Columbia-David A. Clarke School of Law. He is admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. Mr. Robinson has an emerging practice before the United States Supreme Court.
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