NEWPORT, R.I. – Student texting, sexting and cyber bullying is the topic of a public forum focusing on critical issues in education that will be presented on Wednesday, Nov. 3 at 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium of the Community College of Rhode Island’s Newport campus, One John H. Chafee Blvd.
David Kane, Esq., will present the keynote address, exploring the responsibilities of schools, teachers and parents in, “The Good, The Bad & The Ugly – The Impact of Technology on Our Children”.
The forum, free and open to the public, is being presented by The Aquidneck Collaborative for Education, a partnership of local schools spearheaded and coordinated by Salve Regina University’s education department. No registration is necessary.
Salve Regina University faculty members Kathleen Nickerson and Debra Curtis will serve as panel experts during a discussion following the keynote lecture.
Kane is an attorney and nationally recognized expert with over 25 years experience in the field of education law. He founded the Center for Education Law, Policy and Practices, located at the East Bay Educational Collaborative in Warren and serves as director and chief editor for that organization.
He practices law with the firm of Taylor Duane Barton & Gilman, LLP, with offices in Boston and Providence,
where he serves of counsel and works in the firm’s education and labor divisions.