Monthly publication addressing recent legal developments in school law.
School districts across the State recently received information from the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) regarding records retention which attempted to outline some changes and actions districts may need to consider. This FYI will attempt to explain what has happened and what steps districts should consider taking.
At February’s meeting of the Wisconsin School Attorney’s Association (WSAA), Department of Public Instruction (DPI) representatives shared DPI’s perspective on various legal matters. DPI asked the school attorneys in attendance to share this information with their school district clients. Key issues discussed at that meeting are set forth below.
If the 4.7% CPI this past year was not challenging/interesting enough, the Wisconsin Department of Revenue has advised the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission that the CPI-U increase applicable to one-year collective bargaining agreements with a term beginning on July 1, 2023, is 8.00%.