Taft Cleveland co-partner-in-charge Adrian Thompson will moderate the panel for "Hot Talks: Compromising Public Classrooms & The Great Resignation - Are Ohio Schools Next?" presented by the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association's Department of Continuing Legal Education on Sept. 6 at noon ET. Panelists include Karen Thompson, chief of staff, Cleveland Metropolitan School District; Jeff Wensing, vice president, Ohio Education Association; Thomas McGee, director, Office of Educator Licensure, Ohio Department of Education; and Holly Trifiro, chief of education, City of Cleveland.
The panel will discuss recent policy changes to states' teaching license requirements in response to the "Great Resignation." Panelists will also educate the audience on current Ohio policy and how other states' modifications could impact public education in Ohio.
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In addition to his role as co-partner-in charge of Taft's Cleveland office, Thompson is also a member of the firm's executive and participation committees and serves as chief diversity officer. In his legal practice, Thompson provides counsel for private sector clients on equal employment opportunity litigation, wage-hour problems, employment of the disabled, federal housing, and other labor matters.