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One of the most important steps in finalizing the hiring of new school staff is the background check and the presentation of the legal rights of the employee when he or she starts the new job. This formal written assignment provides the opportunity for you to review enumerated rights, background checks, legal rights, and it will further prepare you for the Campus Budget Plan Proposal that is due in Week Six. The "School Background Checks" (2013) and "Your Legal Rights" (2013) resources will support you as you prepare this assignment. Construct your assignment to meet the content and written communication expectations below.Content Expectations
- Enumerated Offenses: Evaluate Enumerated Offenses including which ones usually prevent new staff from being hired, referencing "School Background Checks" (2013) - http://www.wthlawfirm.com/resources/publications/school-background-checks/.
- Background Checks: Evaluate the importance of background checks for new hires in relation to student achievement, referencing "School Background Checks" (2013) - http://www.wthlawfirm.com/resources/publications/school-background-checks/.
- Identify Legal Rights: Evaluate legal rights categories in terms of how they protect both classified and certified personnel, referencing "Your Legal Rights" (2013) - https://ieanea.org/benefits/legal-help/your-legal-rights/.
- Compare/Contrast Legal Rights: Compare and contrast two legal rights categories noting whether they are rights that lead to or interfere with student achievement. Reference "Your Legal Rights" (2013) - https://ieanea.org/benefits/legal-help/your-legal-rights/.
Written Communication Expectations
- Page Requirement: Your paper must be two to three pages in length, not including title and references pages.
- APA Formatting: Use APA formatting consistently throughout the paper. It is recommended you use the content area labels as headings for each section of your content for the paper. For information regarding APA, including samples and tutorials, visit The Ashford Writing Center.
- Syntax and Mechanics: Display meticulous comprehension and organization of syntax and mechanics, such as spelling and grammar. Your written work should contain no errors and be very easy to understand.
- Source Requirement: Use at least three scholarly sources in addition to the course textbook, to provide compelling evidence that supports your ideas. All sources on the reference page must be used and cited correctly according to APA guidelines within the body of the assignment.
Next Steps: Review and Submit the AssignmentReview your assignment with the Grading Rubric to be sure you have achieved the distinguished levels of performance for each criterion. Next, submit the assignment for evaluation no later than Day 7.