Cannabis on Education Campuses: Updates and Considerations for College, University and K-12 Administrators
The cannabis legal and regulatory landscape continues to change on an almost daily basis. This constant state of flux raises a multitude of questions and concerns for administrators in colleges, universities and K-12 institutions alike. For example, most higher education institutions throughout the nation have policies in place that prohibit the possession, distribution, and consumption of marijuana on campus, as required by the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act (DFSCA). However, as states continue to authorize cannabis for medical as well as adult-use (recreational), institutions must determine how they will respond.
This webinar will answer the following key questions, among others:
- How have educational institutions in states where cannabis has been authorized for medical use, or medical and adult-use been addressing this subject to-date?
- What are the considerations schools need to be mindful of with regards to the conflict between the federally illegal status of cannabis and the individual states’ authorizations? Particularly around student rights and federal funding.
- What type of accommodations, if any, need to be made for those students with a medical marijuana card?
- If a student is caught using federally-illegal drugs by a school official, what action(s) will, or are allowed to, be taken by the school?
Please join us for this one-hour educational webinar on June 27. We look forward to seeing you.
Date: June 27, 2019
Time: 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. Eastern Time
Where: Virtual Webinar; Webinar access information will be shared with registered attendees prior to the program.
Presenter: Matthew Smith
Hosted by: Higher Education & K-12 Schools Practices
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Questions: Please contact Erin Plawecki at 215-972-7719 or email@example.com
This program has been approved by the Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Board for one hour of substantive law, practice and procedure CLE credit and zero hours of ethics, professionalism or substance abuse CLE credit.
This program has been approved by the Board on Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of New Jersey for one hour of total CLE credit. Of these, zero qualifies as hours of credit for ethics/professionalism, and zero qualifies as hours of credit toward certification in civil trial law, criminal trial law, workers compensation law, municipal court law, and/or matrimonial law.
(Reminder: New York recognizes New Jersey as an "approved jurisdiction" and will honor those credits.)
This program is pending approval in Delaware, Illinois and Florida.
Upon request, we will provide you with the necessary presentation materials to pursue individual CLE credit for states not listed above.
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