The IDEA requires that parents be given an opportunity to participate in meetings and discussions related to their child's special education. How does this affect a district's approach when their native tongue is not English?
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In light of a recent court decision, there are some important things for school districts to consider when conducting manifestation determinations.
Three attorneys at Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams have been promoted to partner.
If protected union speech creates a dangerous situation, how should the district - as an employer - respond?
Information and guidance on charter schools' accountability can be found in the Charter School Law.
Just last month, amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure took effect, which alter provisions for Electronically Stored Information, including e-mail.
Sweet Stevens partner Mark Cheramie Walz gave a presentation on things both parents and children need to understand when it comes to cyber safety.
Once an entity is on notice of actual or likely litigation, the requirement to preserve documentation related to that litigation is triggered.
The 2015 FCC ruling clarifying some regulations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act has significant potential implications for school districts.
Parents of students identified for special education services are explicitly permitted access to the classrooms of their children; how should public school districts set policies governing that access?