Schools Need to Keep Good Records on Students’ Participation in Competitive Sports during all of 2015-2016 (and beyond)

In August 2014, the Governor signed SB 1349 which supplements the Sex Equity in Education Act so as to require all schools (including charter schools) offering competitive sports (i.e., any sport that has a coach and a governing organization, practices and competes during a defined season, and has competition as its primary goal) to [...]

Schools Need to Keep Good Records on Students’ Participation in Competitive Sports during all of 2015-2016 (and beyond)2023-04-19T21:26:14+00:00

Districts Required to Adopt New Policies to Protect Students from Certain Residency Investigation Techniques

When Assemblymember Susan Bonilla (District 14) read a news article regarding investigatory tactics used by a private investigator hired by the Orinda Unified School District to investigate the residency of Vivian, a 7 year old girl who was thereafter “disenrolled” from the District, she was prompted to action (See Vivan's full story). When promoting [...]

Districts Required to Adopt New Policies to Protect Students from Certain Residency Investigation Techniques2023-04-19T21:28:46+00:00

GHSB Proudly Supports Research on First Latinas Licensed to Practice Law

Garcia, Hernandez, Sawhney & Bermudez, LLP is proud to support The First Latina Lawyers - Las Primeras Abogadas, a groundbreaking project by former GHSB Partner, Dolores Atencio, which documents the first Latinas licensed to practice law in the United States. Dolores is a former President of the Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA), former chair [...]

GHSB Proudly Supports Research on First Latinas Licensed to Practice Law2023-04-19T21:29:49+00:00
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