Risk Management |
Crises at independent schools occur without warning, but you can plan for how the school will work through them. “There’s a before, during and after to any crisis,” said David Wolowitz, director and co-chair of the education law group at McLane Middleton law firm. While it’s important to have a framework to deal with each of those stages, schools should focus primarily on the time before an emergency occurs, as that will set the stage for subsequent phases, explained Wolowitz in a recent NBOA webinar.
Successfully navigating a crisis depends on several factors are best addressed well in advance:
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