Session: School Discipline and Implicit Bias: One Size Doesn't Fit All
Strand: Exceptional Students


Presenter(s): Kristen Maurer McCarthy, Attorney, Charter School Law Group | Amber DeCarli, Attorney, Charter School Law Group

Session: Fast Five: Multiple 5-minute presentations on School Safety (Live videotaping of these presentations)
Strand: Hot Topic


Presenter(s): Brad Stiles, Emergency Response Outreach Consultant, Colorado School Safety Resource Center  |  Mark Lanning, Training and Outreach Specialist, Safe2Tell  |  Kurt Connolly, Senior Director, Anser Advisory  |  Kristen Maurer McCarthy, Associate Attorney, Charter School Law Group a part of the Law Office of Dustin R. Sparks 

Session: Stay in your Lane: Board Member Duties and Responsibilities
Strand: Board Governance


Presenter(s): Dustin Sparks, Managing Attorney, Charter School Law Group


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