Fall 2019 Legislative Roundup – Student Bills


Lozano Smith Client News Brief
Sloan Simmons talks with Lozano Smith Student Practice Group Leaders Ruth Mendyk and Aimee Perry regarding this year’s legislative enactments impacting students and tips for school districts in preparing for compliance with these new laws.

Show Notes & References
  • 2:29 Senate Bill (SB) 543 (Sexual harassment complaint procedure poster)

  • 6:00 Assembly Bill (AB) 34 (Bullying & harassment policies posted online)

  • 9:22 AB 1767 (Suicide prevention)

  • 12:14 SB 316 (Student ID cards)

  • 16:05 SB 416 ("k-violation" - Ed. Code section 48900(k)) (Client News Brief 52: October 2019)

  • 19:33 Teachers authority - Ed. Code section 48910

  • 20:22 Other means of correction - Ed. Code section 48900.5

  • 22:45 AB 982 (Homework for suspended students - Ed. Code section 48903) (Client News Brief 64: October 2019)

  • 28:05 SB 328 (School start times)

  • 36:13 SB 711 (Gender change on student documents) (Client News Brief 48: October 2019)

  • 38:39 SB 223 (Medicinal cannabis - Jojo's Act) (Client News Brief 57: October 2019)

  • 42:26 Student v. Rincon Valley Union Elementary School District (2018) OAH Case No. 2018050651 (Client News Brief 55: October 2018)

  • 45:05 HIPAA/FERPA records

  • 46:42 AB 272 (Smart phones) (Client News Brief 46: October 2019)

  • 49:05 SB 276 & SB 714 (Immunizations) (Client News Brief 54: October 2019)
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