JUN 12, 2013
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
This presentation will focus on the changes in Ohio law governing the relationship between teachers and public school districts. Specifically the presentation will look at the changes in statutory law related to teacher evaluation, teacher salary schedules, teacher layoff and teacher tenure over the last several years. Finally, the presentation will speculate on the effects of these changes on how teachers relate to their jobs with Ohio school districts. The lecture will be useful for practicing attorneys to understand the evolving legal relationship between teachers and their employing school districts.
Daniel Jaffe joined the faculty at the Case Western Reserve University School of Law in 2006 after 14 years as a practicing attorney with the international law firm Squire, Sanders & Dempsey, LLP. Professor Jaffe teaches courses at Case Western Reserve University School of Law in both Education Law and Contract Drafting and the CaseArc Integrated Lawyering Skills program.
Professor Jaffe’s law practice at Squire Sanders focused on representation of public school boards of education in Ohio, and encompassed scores of negotiations with teachers’ unions and the public sector unions representing the non-certificated staff.
Professor Jaffe is a co-author of West Publications’ Ohio School Law Handbook, a comprehensive practical guide to the law as it relates to public schools in Ohio. Professor Jaffe has both a BA and J.D. degree from Columbia University.