If the school is telling the teacher they have to use the device in order to perform their duties, like if you want them to take attendance on line, or check their email daily, or something like that,so you issue them a laptop, then I believe it would be a violation of their collective bargaining agreement, and maybe even federal labor law, to try to hold them accountable for damage to it. As their employer, the risk is yours. If they want to borrow equipment to do something extracurricular, like borrow a projector to show slides of their vacation to their Rotary club or something, then you probably could make them sign an agreement to be responsible for loss, damage, etc, as a condition of lending it to them. 

On Mon, Nov 21, 2016 at 8:27 AM, Edith Fogarty <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
I am looking for examples of forms that staff sign indicating some responsibility for the school-issued devices that they receive.  Specifically, accepting at least partial responsibility for damage.  Thanks!


Edith Fogarty
Technology Integration Facilitator
Bradford Elementary School
143 Fairground Rd
Bradford, VT 05033
802.222.4077 x281
802.222.5196 fax


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