Enduring Principles

Keenan’s philosophy has always been that solving the needs of our customers first and directly supporting our communities are good for our business. We continually present informational workshops and seminars on topics relevant to our customers, and provide scholarships for administrators to further their education and advancement.

Briefings: Schools & Colleges

6/19/2017 - SB 562 – Healthy California Act: Current Status and Possible Health Care Changes If Passed

This Briefing discusses the possible ramifications to California employers of SB 562, the “Healthy California Act,” that was recently passed by the California Senate but has yet to pass the Assembly or be signed by the Governor. The bill would create a universal, single-payer health care coverage system in California.

6/6/2017 - SB 1375: Title IX Posting Requirements Effective July 1, 2017

SB 1375 goes into effect on July 1, 2017. This new law requires local education agencies (LEAs) to post information on their websites related to Title IX. This Briefing details the requirements and offers resources to assist with compliance.

6/6/2017 - AB 2246: Pupil Suicide Prevention Policies – Requirements and Resources

AB 2246 requires county offices of education, school districts, state special schools and charter schools serving pupils in grades 7 through 12 to adopt a policy on pupil suicide prevention before the beginning of the 2017-2018 school year. This Briefing details the requirements of AB 2246 and offers resources to assist in compliance.

5/25/2017 - AB 1432 and AB 1207: Mandated Reporter Training Requirements Clarification

As the January 1, 2018 effective date for AB 1207 draws near, many schools and colleges are asking whether the law changes any of their child abuse and neglect training requirements under AB 1432. This Briefing offers clarification of the mandated reporter training requirements for AB 1432 and AB 1207.

5/5/2017 - Health Care Reform: U.S. House Narrowly Passes ACA Repeal & Replace

On May 4, 2017, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the American Health Care Act to repeal and replace parts of the Affordable Care Act. This Briefing discusses highlights of the revised AHCA bill, the next steps Congress must take and what this means for employers.