General Education

 

Rosenstein, Fist & Ringold represents public school districts, private schools, career technology centers, a college and other education‑related entities in the State of Oklahoma in the general education law practice area.  These attorneys are able to provide assistance with all aspects of education law, including but not limited to:

  • New legislations

  • General Policies

  • Oklahoma Open Meeting Act

  • Teaching curriculum, including evolution and use of religious materials

  • Library books

  • Building issues including architectural and engineering contracts and issues

  • Outside suppliers of services

  • Soft drink contracts

  • Zoning issues

  • Lease purchase agreements

  • Oklahoma Competitive Bidding Act

  • Oklahoma Open Records Act

  • Real estate issues

  • School foundations

  • Election issues, including resolution drafting and election challenges

  • Legislation drafting

  • Surplus property disposal

  • Nepotism

  • Conflict of interest

  • Board member issues

  • Copyrights and trademarks

  • Environmental issues

  • Campus police departments/security guards

  • Internet issues

  • Training of employees and board members

  • Booster clubs and other outside organizations

  • Ad valorem issues

  • Oklahoma Constitutional provisions regarding funding

  • Dealing with DHS and other enforcement

  • Board duties and authority

  • Board relations with administration

General Education