In decisions that should put the nation’s independent school community on notice, judges in Maryland and California recently ruled that a school’s nonprofit status in and of itself constituted the receipt of federal financial assistance.
Employers will need to assess pandemic and workplace circumstances in order to justify mandatory COVID-19 testing of employees going forward, the EEOC announced in a July guidance update.
The American Association of People with Disabilities, an equity and belonging organization, says the numbers signal a shift in disability inclusion, as employers have recognized that wellness resources are a form of disability affirmation.
The Education Department released new guidance on discriminatory discipline practices aimed at cutting back on high rates of suspension and expulsion for students with disabilities.
Fifty-four percent of U.S. professionals said they are unable to unplug from work or do not believe they can fully do so while on paid time off (PTO), according to a survey of 20,297 respondents conducted in June for Glassdoor.
Having a strong culture of employee recognition can go a long way toward helping companies retain employees, according to a new joint report from Gallup and Workhuman.
Blaire Cholewa, associate professor at the University of Virginia, recommends a holistic approach in implementing anti-racist frameworks.
What might higher inflation and interest rates and a recession mean for independent schools? One Schoolhouse's Brad Rathgeber sees the following possible impacts.
NBOA and NYSAIS have agreed to a data partnership to maximize the value of the data schools enter annually into NAIS’s Data and Analysis for School Leadership (DASL) platform.
A federal judge sentenced a former head coach for men’s and women’s tennis at Georgetown University to 30 months in prison for his role in the Varsity Blues admissions scandal.
In June, a U.S. District Court found that a private school in North Carolina could be subject to Title IX because it borrowed PPP funds.
Coupled with clear written policies and procedures, training provides an interactive way for employees to learn, ask questions, and be reminded of their obligations in the workplace.
Independent schools are receiving an increasing number of anonymous complaints from members of their community, including staff, faculty, students, parents and alumni.
School finance leaders hope the Federal Reserve’s recent interest rate hikes will provide fiscal relief as they strain to keep up with persistent inflation. But will it cause problems too?
The EEOC recently released an update to its formal guidance document on workplace discrimination against caregivers. The update was prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic but applies to all situations.
The DOL announced that its proposed overtime rule is now tentatively slated to be released in October.
From 2019-20 to 2020-21, Catholic school enrollment across the nation increased by 3.8%, the first increase in two decades and the largest recorded increase by NCEA.
If the proposal is realized, it would compel schools to accommodate transgender students by allowing them to use bathrooms that align with their gender identity among other measures.
With pessimism about the economy building, a new survey suggests that a growing share of donors are thinking about pulling back on their giving in the year ahead.
The CDC has recommended the Moderna vaccine for children aged 6 months through 5 years old and the Pfizer vaccine for children aged 6 months through 4 years old.