If you have ever asked yourself this question, you are not alone.
Managing Legal Risks in Early Childhood Programs by Holly Elissa Bruno and Tom Copeland is the title of a book published by Teachers College Press and Redleaf Press.
This book will reduce the stress that comes with worrying about legal matters. It sets a framework for how you can act legally and ethically to resolve conflicts with families and staff. It offers sample policies, procedures and best practices to help you gain confidence in resolving legal challenges.
Chapter 1: Knowing the Right Thing to Do: Guidance from Legal History, Legal Theory and Basic Research
Chapter 2: Acting Ethically While Reducing the Risks of a Lawsuit
Chapter 3: Reducing Conflicts with Parents: Using Contracts and Policies Effectively
Chapter 4: Building Partnerships with Families: Preventing Sticky Situations and Promoting Clear Expectations
Chapter 5: Keeping Your Child Care Center Safe for Everyone: Prevention Strategies
Chapter 6: Minority Rights: Whose Differences are Protected?
Chapter 7: Privacy and Confidentiality In the Internet Age
Chapter 8: Employee Hiring Process: Ethical and Legal Policies
Chapter 9: Supervision Challengers: Stepping up to the Plate
Chapter 10: Insurance: Are You Fully Covered?
Teachers College Press: 800-575-6566
Categories: Child Care Centers