2018 Law Day Feedback

2018 MASPA Law Day Feedback Form

Ongoing feedback is essential as we continually strive to improve our organization's support for our membership. With this in mind, please take a moment to provide feedback on last Friday's MASPA conference.

Your time and input is greatly appreciated.
  • If you attended last Friday's 2018 MASPA Law Day, please rate how valuable Rebecca Bryant's presentation on Legal Action and Arbitration Decisions Impacting Our Work: A Year in Review was for you.
    (1= "of little value" and 5= "of great value")
  • If you attended last Friday's 2018 MASPA Law Day, please rate how valuable Tim D. Norris's presentation on Making Teacher Discipline Stick, and Other Sticky Problems: A Case Study of a Successful Teacher Dismissal, and Legal Pitfalls in Similar Cases was for you.
    (1= "of little value" and 5= "of great value")
  • If you attended last Friday's 2018 MASPA Law Day, please rate how valuable Elizabeth Valerio's presentation on Pregnant Workers Fairness Act: How it works with the Massachusetts Parental Leave Act, c. 151B and the ADA was for you.
    (1= "of little value" and 5= "of great value")
  • Which MASPA conferences did you physically attend during the 2017-2018 school year?
  • Which MASPA conferences did you view online during the 2017-2018 school year?
  • As we plan for next year's MASPA conferences, we need your input. Please take a moment and share with us what topics or issues would be of interest to you. Thank you.
  • We are always looking for additional voices. Please enter your name and district if you are interesting in joining the MASPA Leadership Board for the 2018-2019 school year. Thank you.
  • The first MASPA conference for the 2018-2019 school year is scheduled for October 26, 2018. The rest of the schedule will be sent out this summer.

2018 MASPA Law Day Feedback Form

Ongoing feedback is essential as we continually strive to improve our organization's support for our membership. With this in mind, please take a moment to provide feedback on last Friday's MASPA conference.

Your time and input is greatly appreciated.
  • If you attended last Friday's 2018 MASPA Law Day, please rate how valuable Rebecca Bryant's presentation on Legal Action and Arbitration Decisions Impacting Our Work: A Year in Review was for you.
    (1= "of little value" and 5= "of great value")
  • If you attended last Friday's 2018 MASPA Law Day, please rate how valuable Tim D. Norris's presentation on Making Teacher Discipline Stick, and Other Sticky Problems: A Case Study of a Successful Teacher Dismissal, and Legal Pitfalls in Similar Cases was for you.
    (1= "of little value" and 5= "of great value")
  • If you attended last Friday's 2018 MASPA Law Day, please rate how valuable Elizabeth Valerio's presentation on Pregnant Workers Fairness Act: How it works with the Massachusetts Parental Leave Act, c. 151B and the ADA was for you.
    (1= "of little value" and 5= "of great value")
  • Which MASPA conferences did you physically attend during the 2017-2018 school year?
  • Which MASPA conferences did you view online during the 2017-2018 school year?
  • As we plan for next year's MASPA conferences, we need your input. Please take a moment and share with us what topics or issues would be of interest to you. Thank you.
  • We are always looking for additional voices. Please enter your name and district if you are interesting in joining the MASPA Leadership Board for the 2018-2019 school year. Thank you.
  • The first MASPA conference for the 2018-2019 school year is scheduled for October 26, 2018. The rest of the schedule will be sent out this summer.