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Wednesday, June 7 • 11:20am - 12:10pm
Legal Literacy and Ethical Practice in the Complex World of Education (One Time Only) FULL

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The school environment poses competing interests between a student’s need for confidentiality and the legal rights of parents as established by the U.S. Supreme Court to be the guiding voice in their children lives in value-laden issues. School counselors, school social workers, and school psychologists and other educators who work with students will be given the opportunity to develop an ethical decision making framework for analyzing and resolving ethical issues through the application of ethical codes, case and statutory law, school board rules, and community standards. Topics of discussion will include Utah state statutes and community standards in areas such as confidentiality and duty to warn, minors’ rights to privacy, suicidal children and the courts, civil and criminal liability, sexually active minor clients, defamation, child abuse, educational records, malpractice in academic advising, sexual harassment, and personal conduct.


Carolyn Stone

Dr. Carolyn Stone has worked in education for 40 years. After working as a teacher for 13 years, she transitioned to student services as a school counselor and school psychologist in several elementary and high schools. She also served as a regional guidance coordinator for the Florida Department of Education and Supervisor of Guidance for Duval County Public Schools in the 1990s. Stone started as an Associate Professor at UNF in 1995 and was later promoted to Assistant Professor and to her current position of Professor of Counselor Education. In 1998, under Stone's leadership, UNF was one of 6 universities out of over 100 applicants to receive the DeWitt... Read More →

Wednesday June 7, 2017 11:20am - 12:10pm