U.S. Department of Education Publishes New Transition Guide to Postsecondary Education and Employment for Students and Youth with Disabilities
Legal experts predict that the US Supreme Court will take a major step towards advancing the legal rights of children who have special needs when the justices decide the case of Endrew F. v Douglas. The Court heard oral arguments… Continue reading
Restraint and Seclusion in Schools, US Department of Education Office of Civil Rights, December 2016
If your child is experiencing restraints or seclusion at school, then you will want to learn more about several recent statements from the US Department of Education Civil Rights Division. In December 2016, the Office of Civil Rights provided several… Continue reading
Special education advocacy should be regulated by states in order to protect the public from harm. The purpose of regulation is to protect consumers from wasting money or receiving poor service from unqualified service providers.
Termed ‘parent consulting’, special education… Continue reading
A parent approached me at a parenting class and asked the following questions: how do I tell how my child is doing at school, and how do I know what she needs in order to succeed? I asked the parent… Continue reading
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