Child Victim Act, (CVA), was passed on Feb. 14th 2019. Signed by Gov. Cuomo in NY State, it affects those New York school districts – could your state follow ‘suit’?
The CVA was signed into law allowing alleged sexual assault victims to bring lawsuits (civil) until they turn 55 years old, previously was age 23. The CVA provides a 1-year window to bring back old cases can expect to bring about lawsuits that were previously dormant due to the statute of limitations.
A victim, in a civil lawsuit, can claim their employer was negligent by turning a blind eye to the abuser’s actions. School districts, churches, daycare centers are included in this pool and there is no cap on damages. Continue reading Child Victim Act – What is this and will it affect my school district?
Electronic conservation of school documents is fast becoming an attractive option for school districts. This advancement in technology, however, has posed some questions for schools:
- Am I an archivist or record keeper?
- Do students prefer school in a cloud?
- What is your district’s carbon footprint?
Electronic preservation of school district documentation
Electronic conservation of documents, knowledge, and historical records in perpetuity is fast becoming an attractive option for school districts. When you consider that the average administrative person earns approximately $14.00 per hour in the United States, and factor in the expense of personnel manually entering student data, electronic preservation presents an extremely affordable alternative. Continue reading Electronic preservation of school district documentation