Rose Law Group pc is dedicated to ensuring all of your education law needs are met. We represent charter schools, school districts, board members, superintendents, students and administrators in a wide variety of ways, including:
- Developing comprehensive operating agreements and policies and procedures for schools, including procedures for special education students and students protected by Section 504.
- Advising charter schools on issues relating to formation, compliance, and dealings with management entities.
- Assisting schools and school districts in developing procedures and Independent Education Plans (IEPs) for students with special needs, which meet all state and federal requirements.
- Defending and litigating claims by students and families.
- Advising schools and school districts on the constitutional and statutory rights and responsibilities of students.
- Advising Board members and administrators on issues such as open meeting laws.
- Providing employment contracts and advice on issues such as termination of employees.
- Creating and reviewing management agreements for Charter Management Organizations (CMOs) and Education Management Organizations (EMOs).
- Negotiating, drafting or reviewing lease or purchase contracts for schools.
- Advising school districts on how to comply with governmental requirements, including No Child Left Behind and FERPA.
- Representing school administrators and governing boards in student disciplinary hearings.
- Zoning, lease and legislative relations with state and local governments, including negotiations with Town or City Councils and neighboring communities.
- Labor contracts and negotiations.
- Drug testing policies, mandatory random drug testing of student athletes.
- Construction and other contract disputes.
- Freedom of speech and press issues.
- Public records requests and compliance with open meeting laws.
- Sexual harassment matters, including student to student claims.
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Republicans push to grant Arizona ‘Dreamers’ in-state tuition. ‘A great move,’ says Darius Amiri, immigration law chair at Rose Law Group
Opinion: Why would anyone in the Legislature want to block voters from deciding whether undocumented immigrants should qualify for in-state tuition? By Laurie Roberts | Arizona Republic Arizona voters may get the chance next year to make it possible for certain undocumented immigrants to go to college, thanks to … a pair of Republicans? GOP Reps. Michelle Udall and Joel
Arizona Supreme Court rules against Peoria in subsidy case; Jordan Rose, founder and president of Rose Law Group, weighs in with note to developers
Photo via Huntington University website By Philip Haldiman | Your Valley The Arizona Supreme Court ruled in favor of an appeal claiming that the city of Peoria illegally entered into an agreement to give up to $2.6 million in taxpayer money to Huntington University in exchange for opening a school in the P83 Entertainment District. Previously, the city prevailed at the
Play ball: AIA Executive Board reverses decision: high school winter sports season back on; Jordan Rose, Rose Law Group founder and president reacts
Salpointe Catholic’s Evan Nelson (5) and Tommy Irish (0) celebrate with teammates following a 54-48 overtime victory against Peoria in the 4A boy’s state championship basketball game in Phoenix on Saturday, Feb. 29, 2020.Ralph Freso / Special for the Arizona Daily Star By Richard Obert, Dana Scott | Arizona Republic Four days after voting to cancel the winter high